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EC number: 905-562-9
CAS number: -
In accordance with column 2 of REACH Annex
X, the long-term toxicity to sediment organisms study does not need to
be conducted as the chemical safety assessment according to Annex I has
not indicated a need to investigate further the effects of the substance
and/or degradation products on sediment organisms.
Sediment effect values have been derived
from a validated TLM-EqP modeling framework to provide additional data
even though testing is not required. These data were considered
PNECs and hazard to sediment organisms was assessed by applying the
equilibrium partitioning method (EqP) to the experimentally derived
aquatic effect concentrations.
TLM QSAR modelling was used to estimate LL50
and NOELR values for L. variegatus. The calculated
LL50 values were 22.498 - 75.783 mg/kg sediment dw and the NOELR values
were 4.308 - 14.518 mg/kg sediment dw.
The lowest values were used for the chemical
A TLM-EqP modeling framework was used to
support experimental values derived experimentally and are presented as
The estimated LL50 values from TLM QSAR were
22.498 - 75.783 mg/kg sediment dw and the NOELR values were 4.308 -
14.518 mg/kg sediment dw.
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