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EC number: 203-117-7
CAS number: 103-49-1
N, N-Dibenzylamin is corrosive to the skin of rabbits
Application to the skin
The test substance was tested in one animal for its skin
irritative/corrosive potential. Due to a severe akin irritation in
cluding non-reversible squamous covering and induration of the skin in
the first tested animal, no further animals were tested dermally.
Based of the result of this study the N.N-Dibenzylamine was found to be
corrosive to the skin (Bayer 1994).
Application to the eye
There is no in vitro or in vivo study available which investigated the
eye irritation potency of N,N-Dibenzylamine.
According to the Specific Rules in Section 8.2 Column 2 in ANNEX VII of
Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACh) an eye irritation study needs not
to be conducted because the available information indicates that
N,N-Dibenzylamine meets the criteria for classification as corrosive to
the skin. The substance is classified/labelled accordingly by
Based on the available data dibenzylamine is lclassified labelled R34
corrosive according to 67/548/EEC self classification. According to
GHS/CLP Regulation (EC)1272/2008 the substance has to be allocatied to
category 1C, Hazard Statement 314 (causes severe burns and eye damage).
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