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EC number: 274-572-7
CAS number: 70331-94-1
oxygen balance value of the substance was calculated to be -234.17. This
is not indicative of the potential to cause oxidisation.
following groups are known to cause oxidisation:
(salts or esters)
(salts or esters)
nitro compounds: Nitroalkyl, Niroaryl, Fluorodinitro, Metal oxides,
Metal oxometallates, N-Halogen cmpounds, N-Haloimides, Difluoroamino,
compounds: Acryl hypohalites, Hypofluorites,
Bis(fluoroxy)perhaloalkanes, Perchlorates, Chlorate, Chlorites,
Hypochlorites, Perbromates, Bromates, Bromites, Hypobromites,
Periodates, Iodates, Difluoroperchloryl salts, Dioxygenyl
compounds: Metal polyhalohalogenates
substance contains none of these groups.
based on structure and oxygen balance was carried out and determined
that the substance was not potentially oxidising. In accordance with
EU-REACH regulations no further study needs to be carried out.
Key value determined following sound scientific evaluation of structure
and oxygen balance.
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