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EC number: 931-801-1
CAS number: -
data of oleamide are not available but due to the properties of oleamide
a hazard to soil organisms is assumed to be low. In accordance with
column 2 of EC 1970/2006 Annex IX the effects of terrestrial organisms
need not to be tested if a direct and indirect exposure to the soil
compartment is unlikely. As the category members are readily
biodegradable an indirect exposure of soil organisms through sludge
application can be ruled out. Regarding the very low water solubility (<
0.1 mg/L) it is not likely that the test substances can be found in the
aquatic environment in high concentrations and therefore an application
due to floods and irrigation can be ruled out.
acute and chronic studies afford that there is no toxicity in the range
of water solubility for aquatic organisms. Moreover, chronic and acute
studies for mammals result in no toxic effects as well. The test
substance is not classified and considering
that the test substance is readily biodegradable, has very low water
solubility (< 0.1 mg/L), is not toxic to aquatic species and mammalians
and an indirect application to soil via sludge can be ruled out, no soil
toxicity data should be generated.
available information indicates that the substance has
a low potential
for bioaccumulation and will not accumulate to significant levels in
aquatic organisms, therefore a test with birds is not required.
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