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EC number: 215-691-6
CAS number: 1344-28-1
It is important to point out that the
substance being registered in this dossier is a sparingly soluble form
of aluminium and not a soluble metal salt. Detailed Information on the
classification of the soluble form (aluminum chloride) and on an
evaluation of the transformation-dissolution tests that were performed
with various sparingly soluble aluminum compounds is provided in the
report “Background document – Environmental Effects Assessment of
Aluminium” which is attached to Section 13 of the IUCLID Dossier.
An overall conclusion on classification is
Available data indicate that aluminium salts
are relatively non toxic and this was sufficient for the EU
Classification and Labelling Committee to determine that there was no
need for classification of aluminium chloride. Therefore it is also
concluded that aluminium massive and sparingly soluble forms of
aluminium are highly insoluble and non-hazardous. The sections above
have provided data on a BLM model that can be used to assess potential
for toxicity in a wide pH-range.
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