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EC number: 449-400-0
CAS number: -
The acute toxicity of the test item to fish was investigated in static system using Danio rerio (EEC/92/69, C.1). No mortality was observed after the exposure period of 96 hours. The LC50 and NOEC were determined to be > 100 mg/L. The test item is considered to be not toxic to fish.
The acute toxicity of test item to fish was
investigated in static system according EEC Commission Directive 92/69,
C.1., adopted in 1992. Zebrafish (Brachydanio rerio/ Danio rerio) was
used as model system. The test item is insoluble in water and therefore
an aqueous extract of 100 mg/L loading rate, obtained by filtration, was
tested. 7 fish (mean length of 2.9 cm) were used for the treatment group
and for the control group (dilution water only). The actual test
substance concentration in the filtrate was at the start of the exposure
below the detection limit of 1 ng/L and therefore not determined 96 h
thereafter. Slightly changed swimming behaviour was noted in the test
substance group compared to the control group (the fish were located at
the bottom of the test vessel from 24 hours after begin of exposure till
the end of exposure). No mortality was observed after the exposure
period of 96 hours. Therefore the test item is considered to be not
toxic to fish.
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