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EC number: 607-813-5
CAS number: 25830-77-7
The study followed the UK Health and Safety Commission's Approved Code
of Practice, 'Methods for Determination of Toxicity', Notification of
New Substances Regulations, 1982.
Accordingly, 0.5 g aliquots of test material were moistened with
distilled water and applied on a 2.5 cm square surgical lint patch to
the intact skin of three albino rabbits. These were held in place by a
woven material dressing and were thus semi-occlusive. After 4 or 7 hours
(equivalent to a half or one day working period), the patches were
removed and irritancy assessed after one, 24, 48, 72 and 168 hours
according to the Draize system of classification.
Skin irritancy after 4 hours exposition: none, according to Draize
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