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EC number: 482-020-3
CAS number: -
UnoxolTM 3,4 -dialdehyde is not PBT/vPvB. UNOXOL(TM) 3,4 Dialdehyde is
soluble in water, it has a low octanol-water partition coefficient (log
Kow of 0.9, measured) and a low adsorption coefficient (Log Koc of 1.02
to 1.22, measured). When UNOXOL(TM) 3,4 Dialdehyde is introduced into
the environment, it will stay in aqueous phase due to its low sorption
potential. UNOXOL(TM) 3,4 Dialdehyde is readily biodegradable and is
expected to be rapidly biodegradable in various environmental media such
wastewater treatment plant, soil, and water. UNOXOL(TM) 3,4 Dialdehyde
is not expected to bioaccumulate in the food chain due to its low
octanol-water partition coefficient. Acute toxicity test with UNOXOL(TM)
3,4 Dialdehyde indicated that acute toxicity for this compound with
fish, invertebrates, and algae was 26 mg/L, 89 mg/L, and 17 mg/L,
respectively. Additionally, the No Observable Adverse Effect
Concentration for Unoxol 3,4 -Dialdehyde in an algal growth inhibition
assay with Selenastrum capricornutum (now Pseudokirchnerella
subcapitata) was 1.7 mg/L. Based on this toxicity data, UNOXOL(TM)
3,4 Dialdehyde is considered not toxic (T) according to screening level
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