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General information

Status:
other: Competent Authority classification proposal
Remarks:
Dead line for Classification and Labelling consultation (for Competent Authorities): 01/11/2003Harmful Sensitising Dangerous to the environment

Classification

Explosiveness

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Oxidising properties

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Flammability

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Thermal stability

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Acute toxicity

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Acute toxicity - irreversible damage after single exposure

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Repeated dose toxicity

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Irritation / corrosion

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Sensitisation

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Carcinogenicity

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Mutagenicity - genetic toxicity

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Toxicity to reproduction - fertility

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Toxicity to reproduction - development

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Toxicity to reproduction - breastfed babies

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Environment

Reason for no classification:
data lacking

Labelling

Indication of danger

N - dangerous for the environment
Xn - harmful

Risk phrases

R43 - May cause sensitisation by skin contact
R48/22 - Harmful: danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure if swallowed
R51/53 - Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment

Safety phrases

S22 - do not breathe dust
S36/37/39 - wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection
S38 - in case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment
S61 - avoid release to the environment. refer to special instructions/safety data sheets

Specific concentration limits

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