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EC number: 221-975-0
CAS number: 3302-10-1
Self-classification according to REGULATION (EC) No
The substance is not to be classified for acute aquatic
hazards since the acute toxicity is >10 to <=100 mg/L.
From acute toxicity data, no chronic hazard category does
result because the substance is readily biodegradable and does not
bioaccumulate significantly (experimentally determined BCF <= 500).
The only available chronic ecotoxicity data are from the study
on freshwater green algae, for which an EC10 (72 h; growth rate) of
45 mg/L had been determined. This value is above the limit for
readily degradable substances given in REGULATION (EC) No 1272/2008.
Accordingly, no chronic hazard category does result from available
Overall, according to REGULATION (EC) No 1272/2008 there are
no classification requirements for environmental hazard.
Self-classification according to UN-GHS ST/SG/AC.10/30
Because of E(L)C50-Values between 10 and 100 mg/L, the
following acute toxicity classification applies:
o Aquatic Acute 3
o H402: Harmful to aquatic life.
For chronic aquatic toxicity, no classification is applicable
(see EU-GHS above for details).
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