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EC number: 248-580-6
CAS number: 27619-97-2
of the biobarrier occurred as follows (hour:minute:second):
1 (Test Substance): 00:45:05
2 (Test Substance): 00:43:21
3 (Test Substance): 00:40:20
4 (Test Substance): 00:42:00
5 (Positive Control): 00:01:15
6 (Negative Control): No breakthrough
positive control and negative control performed as anticipated.
The substance was evaluated for skin corrosion potential using the In
Vitro International Corrositex®assay. The results of the assay were used
to determine the United Nations and Department of Transportation
corrosive packing group. Corrositex® is a standardized and quantitative
in vitro corrosivity test. The model is based on the time required for
the test substance to pass through a biobarrier membrane and produce a
change in a chemical detection system. An aliquot of 500 µL of H-30675
was applied to each of 4 membrane discs. The test substance passed
through all 4 of the membranes. The mean breakthrough time for all 4
vials was 0 hours, 42 minutes, and 42 seconds. Under the conditions of
this test, the substance is corrosive and is assigned to Packing Group
III (minor danger).
Based on these results, the substance is classified as skin corrosive
cat. 1B, in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 (CLP).
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