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EC number: 232-445-3 | CAS number: 8030-70-4
Skin corrosion/irritation: not irritating (OECD 404; GLP)
Eye irritation: no information available, since testing was technically not feasible
The OECD 439 (GLP) test method was was not applicable, due to the physical form of the substance (highly viscous and sticky).
The OECD 435 test method was not applicable, since the receptor fluid was not activated by the test substance. Thus, an in vivo skin irritation study (OECD 404; GLP) was conducted. In this study, the substance displayed no irritating properties to the skin.
The OECD 437 (GLP) test method was was not applicable, due to the physical form of the substance (highly viscous and sticky).
Thus, an in vivo follow-up test (OECD 405; GLP) was foreseen, but were not performed, since pre-tests indicated that testing is technically not feasible.
Fatty acids, tall-oil, manganese salts does not possess a skin irritating potential based on an in vivo OECD 404 test and does not require classification according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 and its subsequent adaptations
No hazard conclusion can be drawn with regard to local effects to the eyes, since the substance cannot be applied in in vitro or in vivo eye irritation test systems due to the physical form.
Fatty acids, tall-oil, manganese salts is not classified for eye irritating effects because of lacking data.
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