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EC number: 212-161-6
CAS number: 766-09-6
The test substance is readily biodegradable according to OECD critieria.
The ready biodegradability potential of
1-ethylpiperidine (CAS 766 -09 -6) was assessed in a GLP guideline study
following OECD 310 (CO2 Headspace Test; enhanced test period of 60 d) using
domestic sludge. The test substance was determined to be readily biodegradable
according to OECD criteria as the degree of biodegradation reached 68% after
20 days. The 10 -days window was fulfilled. At the end of the exposure period
(60 d), the biodegradation had reached 94% (BASF, 2012).
This result is supported by an inherent
biodegradability test according to OECD guideline 302B (Inherent
biodegradability: Zahn Wellens/ EMPA Test). Using activated sludge
(industrial), the removal degree of 1 -Ethylpiperidine was 96% after
27days (BASF AG 1987; test no. 01.122).
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