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EC number: 700-990-0
CAS number: 68937-40-6
- Wholefish BCF: 1850
Four studies on the bioaccumulation of t-BuTPP were identified.
The BCF of the components of Santicizer 154 was determined in Lepomis
macrochirus according to "ASTM, Hamelink, J.L. and Eaton, J.G., 1979.
Proposed Standard Practice for conducting bioconcentration tests with
fishes and saltwater bivalve molluscs, ASTM Draft No. 9". Fish were
exposed to mean measured concentrations of 17.24 ug/l for 26 days and
transferred to a new aquarium for depuration for another 14 days. Fish
and water samples were analyzed to determine test substance
concentrations. The wholefish BCF for TBPDPP was found to be 1850.
A supporting study according to methodology comparable to OECD guideline
305 reported BCFs calculated by the initial rate method, static test
method and the program Biofac of 2298 +/- 619, 1096 +/- 55 and 1335 +/-
122 L/kg respectively.
Another supporting study according to methodology comparable to OECD
guideline 305 reported a BCF of 3816 for tertbutyl diphenyl phosphate.
Comparable to OECD guideline 305
BCF (static test method)
Supporting study, rel. 2
Whole fish w.w. BCF
Supporting study, rel. 3
ASTM, Hamelink, J.L. and Eaton, J.G., 1979. Proposed Standard Practice for conducting bioconcentration tests with fishes and saltwater bivalve molluscs, ASTM Draft No. 9.
Key study, rel. 2
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