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The substance is a salt that dissociates in aqueous matrix in its acid and alkaline constituents.

 Considering the toxicological profile of the intermediate no information is available: for this reason the constituents of the substance itself are taken into account (2-[4-(cyclopropanecarbonyl) phenyl]-2-methylpropanoic acid and cyclohexanamine) in order to assess the two moiety singularly.

  The acid moiety of CPKA-540 is not well known as reported due to the lack of literature data. By contrast, the alkaline moiety of CPKA-540 is acknowledged for its hazard as reported in Annex VI of CLP.

Cyclohexanamine is classified as Flam Liq 3 H226. Since it is not possible to establish if this property is also applicable to the substance; the endpoint is judged as inconclusive for the classification according to CLP Regulation (CE) n.1272/2008.