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EC number: 254-052-6
CAS number: 38640-62-9
No EC50 could be derived, no data available on effects induced
It can be concluded that DIPN produced no toxicity within
its water solubility.
Documentation in tabular form only.
Diisopropylnaphthalene does not exhibit inhibitory effects on the microorganism tested within its range of water solubility (0.1 to 0.2 mg/L).
For assessment of the toxicity to
microorganisms, three studies have been identified. Due to limited
reporting (secondary literature or short communication in tabular form),
the reliability is 4. As results are very similar, they are used in a
weight of evidence approach.
UBA/KBwS 1999(Pseudomonas putida, growth inhibition)
no individual test concentrations reported
EC10: > 0.16 mg/L(no growth inhibition within the range of water solubility)
no vehicle16 hstatic
4 (WoE)(secondary literature)
UBA/KBwS 1999(Vibrio fischeri, luminescence inhibition)
EC50: > 0.1 mg/L(no inhibitory effect within the range of water solubility)
no vehicle15 minstaticsaltwater
Yoshioka 1985(Tetrahymena pyriformis,
EC0: > 0.15 mg/L(no toxicity within the range of water solubility)
Vehicle: DMSO24 hstatic
4 (WoE)(short communication)
Based on data reported, it is
concluded that diisopropylnaphthalene does not exhibit inhibitory
effects on the organism tested within its range of water solubility (0.1
to 0.2 mg/L).
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