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Acute studies are available for fish, daphnia, and algae. The stsudies were all conducted as limit tests and the results of all of the studies are based upon mean measured concentrations of the test substance. In the fish study using Pimephales promelas the 96 hour LC50 was determined to be > 107 mg/L. The 48 -hour EC50 for Daphnia magna was determined to be > 110 mg/L. And, the EbC50 and ErC50 for Selenastrum capacornutum were determined to be > 133.4 mg/L. There were no adverse effects noted in any of the studies at the reported limit test concentrations.