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EC number: 287-476-5
CAS number: 85535-84-8
In a GLP study based on OECD Guideline 105, the water solubility of a [6-14C]-labelled C12 chlorinated parraffin (59% chlorination) was determined to be 0.47 mg/L (based on analysis of total radioactivity) at 20oC using a modified flask method. This result may have been affected by the partial degradation of the chlorinated paraffin during the study (Madeley and Gillings, 1983).
In a GLP study based on OECD Guideline 105,
the water solubility of a [6-14C]-labelled C12 chlorinated parraffin
(59% chlorination) was determined using a modified flask method. The
solubility of the test material was determined by stirring 50 mg of the
material, weighed onto a microscope slide, in 5 L water for 91 days.
After allowing the solution to equilibrate (no stirring) for a further
87 days, the concentration of test material was determined by
radiochemical analysis and by thin-layer chromatography. The solubility
was estimated by the two methods to be 0.15 mg/L (based on analysis of
parent compound) and 0.47 mg/L (based on analysis of total
radioactivity) at 20oC. These results may have been affected by the
partial degradation of the chlorinated paraffin during the study
(Madeley and Gillings, 1983).
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