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EC number: 232-140-5
CAS number: 7789-00-6
The results of a very large number of studies performed in vitro with
the water-soluble hexavlent chromium compounds are largely positive.
The EU RAR therefore concludes that there is a very large body of
evidence indicating that the Cr (VI) ion in solution is directly
mutagenic in in vitro systems; this conclusion is relevant to all
compounds in this group.
The EU RAR summarises the results of a number of in vitro studies of
various designs and reliability performed over a number of years. The
RAR itself also takes into account the findings of the earlier reviews
of the toxicity of Cr (VI) compounds by the UK Health & Safety Executive
(HSE, 1989) and the UK Institute of Health (IOH, 1997), which came to
similar conclusions. It is concluded that water soluble Cr (VI)
compounds are genotoxic in vitro.
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