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EC number: 701-162-1
CAS number: -
BIOACCUMULATION AQUATIC / SEDIMENT
A BCF fish test with carp was carried out with Tetrapropenyl succinimido
caproic acid (Tetra-PSCA), CAS No. 1424148-99-1which is a structural
homologue of the registration substance Pentapropenyl succinimido
caproic acid (Penta-PSCA) at Kurume Research Lab, Chemical Products
Safety Center, Japan. In this test with two substance concentrations,
low BCF in the range of 8 -25 L/kg wwt. were measured (see IUCLID
Chapter 5.3.1). The minimum BCF which could be calculated reliably from
this test based on the Limit of Quantification of the analytical method
(LOQ m) for fish (8.9 µg/g) was 15 L/kg wwt for the test item
concentration in water of 0.6 mg/L and 158 L/kg wwt for the water
concentration of the test item of 0.06 mg/L. As no concentration in fish
was >=LOQm, the BCF values from this test for the test item Tetra-PSCA
are <15 L/kg wwt (test group 1 0.6 mg/L in water) and <158 L/kg wwt
(test group 2 0.06 mg/L in water).
BIOACCUMULATION IN SOIL
Based on the BCF fish measured in carp (see above) also a low BCF worm
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