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EC number: 807-840-4
CAS number: 64896-70-4
No lethal effect was observed on Danio rerio at the loading rate of 100 mg/L after 96 hours.
The acute toxicity on fish of the
isosorbide diesters (EC No. 700 -073 -5) has been determined according
to the OECD Guideline 203 (semi-static conditions) and in compliance
with the GLP.
Due to the very low solubility of
the tested substance and its UVCB nature, and in conformity with the
Document OCDE N° 23 (Guidance
Document on Aquatic Toxicity Testing of Difficult Substances and
Mixtures) WAFs were prepared at 1, 10 and 100 mg/L. No mortality
was observed on the fish exposed to these different loading rates,
therefore the LLO ≥
100 mg/L (highest tested loading rate)
The substance Isosorbide
di-octanoate (CAS No. 64896-70-4 ) was considered to show a LLO ≥
100 mg/L on the basis of the results obtained in this acute fish test performed
with a very similar analogue.
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