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Table 1: Results from run 1 (Addition of test material to 10 mL of water)
Weight of test substance(mg)
After stirring, a foam formed
Foam took on colour of test substance, some residual test substance
Agter standing one hour, no water remained, only foam
After mixing, foam thickened.
With further test substance additions up to approximately 10 g (1000 mg/mL) the foam continued to thicken and remain stable.
Table 2: Addition of water to 10.17 g of test material
Incremental volume of water adder(mL)
(up to 1 mL total)
Water 'absorbed' by test substance
Liquid coloured at test substance plus white foam
No change from above after one hour
With increasing water additions, foam continued to form, with presence of some residual test material
The water solubility of the test material was determined in a study conducted in accordance with EU Method A.6 and OECD Guideline 105. The study was performed using the shake flask method. It was not possible to determine the water solubility from the current study as the test substance formed a stable emulsion throughout the concentration range of 6 to 10000 g/L. The critical micelle concentration (CMC) was not determined.
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