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EC number: 208-253-0
CAS number: 518-47-8
Test substance concentration (mg/l)
Bio-concentration factor (l/kg)
Bioaccumulation test was
conducted for 28 days for estimating the bioconcentration factor (BCF)
and lipid content of test substance Fluorescein sodium in test organism
The purity of test substance by
HPLC was found to be 92.1% and water solubility value is ≥ 300 g/l at
20ᵒC (Flask method). The recovery ratio is given-
Test water: 100%
(The test solution were input into analytical equipment directly.)
GLP compliance is followed for
biodegradation study.Testing laboratory is Chemicals Evaluation and
Research Institute, Japan.
Nominal concentrations used in
the study are given-
Range finding study was carried
out onRice fish (Oryzias latipes) and the 96 hr LC50 value was found to
By analytical methods, thelimit
of quantification was found to be-
1stconcentration area: 11
Fish: 120 ng/g
The lipid content at the start
and end of exposure was found to be 2.94% and 4.14%, respectively.
The test substance concentration
in environment during a period of 28 days was 0.46 mg/l, 0.046 mg/l and
bioconcentration (BCF) value of test substance was found to be ≤ 0.27
l/kg, respectively. Thus, the test substance have a low potential of
bioaccumulation in test organismCyprinus carpio during 28 day period.
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