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The water solubility of the pigment in water is very low and no acute toxicity was observed. No chronic data are available for C.I. Pigment Yellow 34 or C.I.Pigment Red 104. As shown in the Transformation/Dissolution study, a small proportion of the parent substance may dissolve and release chromate ions (CrO42 -, determined as Cr ions) and lead ions (Pb2 +).

Data on lead and chromium are summarised below for aquatic invertebrates and fish.

Chromium

Endpoint

Comments

Fish

Pimephales promelas

 

412d-NOECmort 1 mg/l

(most sensitive endpoint)

60d-NOECmort/growth rate 1 mg/l

412 days first generation + 60 days second generation

Pickering 1980

Daphnia magna

3wk-EC16 repro 330 µg/l

Biesinger & Christensen 1972

 

21d-NOEC repro 0.7 mg/l

Kuhn et al. 1989

Lead

 

 

Fish

Onchorhynchus mykiss

3 wk-LOEC 13 µg/l

Hematological effects

Hodson & Blunt 1978

Daphnia magna

3wk-EC16 repro 30 µg/l

Biesinger & Christensen 1972