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EC number: 447-920-2
CAS number: 897393-42-9
The substance does not need to be classified for adverse effects to the
aquatic environment. Daphnia proved to be the most sensitive organism,
showing the lowest acute effect
level with an EC50 of 88 mg/L. Fish are the least sensitive to exposure
with the substance. In long-term toxicity studies, the NOEC in all three
trophic levels (fish, daphnids, algae) lies above 1 mg/L (7.95 mg/L in
Daphnia and 4.6 mg/L in algae).
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