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EC number: 213-208-3
CAS number: 930-02-9
The substance does not show any effects in acute tests on algae, aquatic
invertebrates and fish although the tested concentrations were well
above the limit of water solubility and sometimes even a solubilizer was
used which enhances the bioavailability of the substance. Nevertheless,
as the substance is poorly soluble chronic tests are supposed to give
more robust results and to clarifiy whether CLP classification chronic
Cat.4 might be necessary. Therefore, a chronic reprodction test on
Daphnia magna was performed. Also in this test no effects were found. A
chronic test on fish was not performed due to animal welfare reasons.
Although, only two of the three trophic levels have chronic data
available it can be assumed that the substance is neither acutely nor
chronically toxic to aquatic organisms.
Regarding bioaccumulation and biodegradation the data also suggest that
the substance does not need to be classified CLP Chronic Cat. 4. The BCF
estimation suggests a low potential for bioaccumulation due to
metabolism. Furthermore, the high logPow indicates a decreased
bioavailability. An enhanced biodegradation test over 60 days shows,
that the substance continuously degrades.
Overall it can be assumed that the substance does not meet the criteria
laid down in Council Directive 67/548/EEC and CLP (GHS) 1272/2008.
Hence, the substance does not have to be classified with respect to
acute and chronic ecotoxicity. Subsequently, no exposure assessment for
the environment is performed.
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