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EC number: 611-930-7
CAS number: 60045-26-3
Based on ECOSAR v.1.11 (EPISUITE, 2012), the test substance, 3 -PPB, was
predicted to have LC50 of 1.081 mg/l after 96 hours exposure to fish. In
an acute fish toxicity study with benzyl benzoate (GLP compliant and to
current guideline) the LC50 was determined to be 2.32 mg/l.
Based on the same computer program EPISUITE, the test substance, 3 -PPB,
was predicted to have LC50 of 0.774 mg/l (baseline toxicity) after 48
hours exposure to Daphnid. In an acute aquatic toxicity study with
benzyl benzoate, the LC50 was determined to be 4.8 mg/l.
In a new 21 -day chronic Daphnia magna study performed with benzyl
benzoate, the NOEC and LOEC for reproduction was calculated to be 0.258
mg/L and 0.455 mg/L, respectively and the NOEC and LOEC for mortality
was calculated to be ≥ 0.97 mg/L and > 0.97 mg/L, respectively.
The most sensitive species is algal according to the data from the
benzoate chemical group. Therefore a new study with 3-phenyl propyl
benzoate has been performed and the EC50growth rate and NOEC determined
to be 0.30 and 0.14 mg/l, respectively.
The latter value is used in the environmental risk assessment.
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