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EC number: 701-290-8 | CAS number: -
The toxicity of SAIB-100 (Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate) was evaluated according to the procedures of OECD 211: Daphnia magna Reproduction Test in a 21 day exposure. The test material is believed to be relatively insoluble in water; therefore the test concentrations were prepared as water accommodated fractions (WAFs) by mixing the test sample in dilution water for at least 44 hours followed by at least a 4 hour settling period and removal of the dissolved portion for testing. Five WAF concentrations ranging from 6.3 to 100 mg/L loading rates were prepared individually and tested along with a control. Fresh WAF solutions were prepared 3 times a week, and the test exposure solutions were also replaced three times a week. The mortality of the parentDaphniaand the number of offspring produced by each parent animal were recorded every working day. Statistical analyses of the No Observable Effect Concentrations (NOEC) were calculated for parental survival and fecundity (reproduction). The 21-day NOELR or NOEC for both parentDaphniasurvival and fecundity was determined to be the highest tested concentration; NOELR =100 mg/L or 0.0989mg/L based upon the time weighted mean measured concentration. The results show that there are no effects at the limit of water solubility.
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