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EC number: 236-860-0
CAS number: 13518-93-9
The logarithmic partition coefficient
(n-octanol/water) of diphosphoric acid, compound with
1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6-triamine (1:2) was determined to be at pH 4 log Pow
-2.07 (based on LOD value used for calculation), at pH 7 log Pow -1.24
and at pH 9 log Pow -1.15.
In the GLP
study, the partition coefficient of diphosphoric acid, compound with
1,3,5-triamine (1:2) was determined using the shake flask method at 20
°C according to OECD guideline 107. The coefficient was calculated based
on the results of the analytical determination. The test item content
was determined using HPLC. The log Powwas
calculated for each run.
For pH 4 the
determined content in the n-octanol phase was below the limit of
detection, therefore the calculation of the partition coefficient was
done using the LOD value.
difference between the three different test variants at each pH value
was less than the given ± 0.3 log units.Therefore,
the study can be considered to be valid.
According to this study the
logarithmic partition coefficient (n-octanol/water) of the test item was
determined to be at pH 4 log Pow-2.07
(based on LOD value used for calculation), at pH 7 log Pow-1.24
and at pH 9 log Pow-1.15.
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