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EC number: 946-101-1
CAS number: -
Based on the results of the read across
study, the 96h LC50 and NOEC for Danio rerio due to exposure to the test
substance was considered to be > 200 and 200 mg a.i./L (nominal loading
study was conducted to determine the short-term toxicity of the read
across substance, phosphoric
acid, mono- and di-C16-18 (even numbered) alkyl esters (i.e., mono- and di-
C16 -18 PSE), to fish according OECD guideline 203 and EU
Method C.1, in compliance with GLP. Danio rerio (Zebra fish) were
exposed to water accommodated fractions (WAF) of test substance at
nominal loading rates of 0 (control) and 200 mg/L for 96 h under static
conditions. The WAF and the control were analytically verified by
spectrophotometric analysis for the total phosphor content at the start
and end of experiment. The measured test substance concentrations were
determined to be 16.6 mg and 16 mg PO4/L respectively at start and end
of the experiment. Therefore, the reported biological results were based
on the loading rate of the test substance. No mortalities or symptoms
(visible abnormalities) were observed during the test. Under the study
conditions, the 96h LC50 and NOEC (Danio rerio) were determined to be >
200 and 200 mg a.i./L, respectively (Eckenstein, 2013).
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