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EC number: 483-360-5
CAS number: 114435-02-8
Table 1 : Mean measured concentration of F1EC in test solutions based on fluoride
Nominal concentration of F1EC
Measured concentration of F1EC based on fluoride (*)
Mean measured concentration of F1EC (***)
(*) The measured concentration fluoride originates from F1EC, however at
the time of measurement F1EC itself was hydrolyzed.
(**) In the algal medium a small amount of fluoride was detected. As the
amount was > 10% of the lowest test concentration, a correction for the
background measured at 0 mg/L was used.
(***) Between brackets the percentage of nominal concentration is given.
Table 2 : Mean measured algal cell densities during the test period, biomass integral inhibition and mean growth rate inhibition
mean cell density x 10E4 (*)
Biomass integral inhibition on day 3
Growth rate inhibition day 0 -3
(*) On day 0 the cell density of the preculture was determined. Based on
this result 0.353 mL of the preculture was added to Erlenmeyer flasks
resulting in an initial concentration of 1.0 x 10E4 cells/mL.
The toxicity of F1EC (MONOFLUOROETHYLENE CARBONATE) to algae (Selenastrum
capricornutum) was tested according to the OECD GLP Principles to
the OECD Guideline 201(OECD,1984).
Based on the results of a preliminary study, the study was conducted at
nominal concentrations of 1.0, 2.2, 5.0, 11 and 25 mg/L. The fluoride
content of the test solutions was measured with cuvette test LCK 323.
Based on these results, the difference between the nominal and the mean
measured concentrations was < 20% and for this reason the endpoints of
the test were based on nominal concentrations.
The cell density increased 121 - 155 times in the controls, which meets
the validity criterion of a minimal of 16 times increase. The pH of
controls was 7.8 on day 0 and 8.5 on day 3 which is in accordance with
the validity criterion of a maximum increase of 1.5 pH unit.
The cell density measurements were used to calculate the biomass
integral and growth rate for each replicate. Using linear interpolation
the 72h-EC50 for biomass integral and growth rate were 6.3 and 32 mg/L,
respectively. The No Observed Effect Concentration (NOEC), based on
biomass integral and growth rate at test termination, was determined to
be 1 mg/L with Williams' Test (Williams, 1972). Based on biological
significance/relevance (i.e. inhibition < 10%) the NOEC was 2.2 mg/L.
The 72h NOEC (biological significance) and the 72h ErC50 of the
substance to algae were determined to be 2.2 and 32 mg/L based on the
growth rate respectively.
There is no data available for marine algae species.
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