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EC number: 235-227-6
CAS number: 12136-45-7
According to “ANNEX IX- STANDARD INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBSTANCES
MANUFACTURED OR IMPORTED IN QUANTITIES OF 100 TONNES OR MORE , study for
effects on terrestrial organisms and plants need not be conducted if:
- These studies do not need to be conducted if direct and indirect
exposure of the soil compartment is unlikely.
Potassium is one of the three major nutrients for plants. The potassium
requirement for optimal plant growth is in the range 2-5 % of the plant
dry weight of vegetative parts.
Potassium in plants is important for the osmotic and ionic regulation,
plays a key role in the water homeostasis, and is closely connected with
processes involved in the protein synthesis. In higher plants, potassium
affects photosynthesis at various levels.
The ECOSAR QSAR model predicts that 30-day, NOEC cited as a ChV value
would to be 178.832 mg/L (ppm) for terrestrial plants.
The ECOSAR QSAR model predicts that 96-hr EC50 value would to be
1368.296 mg/L (ppm) for terrestrial plants.
180d EC50 = 850 and EC92 = 3000 mg/l for the
enchytraeid population in fresh pine substrate.
The ECOSAR QSAR model predicts that 14-day,
LC50 (14-day, earthworm) would to be 887.517 mg/L (ppm).
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