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EC number: 202-548-8
CAS number: 96-97-9
Bioaccumulation is the process by which the chemical concentration in an aquatic organism achieves a level that exceeds that in the water, as a result of chemical uptake through all possible routes of exposure. The relationship between bioaccumulation and bio-concentration is that, chemicals that have the potential to bioconcentrate also have the potential to bioaccumulate. Bioaccumulation is closely related to the Bioconcentration factor (BCF).
The estimated bioconcentration factor (BCF) for 5-nitrosalicylic acid is 3.2, which does not exceeds the EPA bioconcentration criteria (>= 1,000). Thus, it is concluded that 5-nitrosalicylic acid is not expected to bioaccumulate in the food chain because it does not exceed the BCF criteria.
of studies of target substance 5-nitrosalicylic
for bioaccumulation from reliable sources having Klimisch rating 2.
summary of the results are presented below
Predicted data from PBT profiler
Predicted data from QSAR
Predicted data from Vega QSAR
applying weight of evidence approach the target chemical
5-nitrosalicylic acid found to be non bioaccumulative with BCF value2.897
L/Kg3.2 L/Kg whichis
not expected to bioaccumulate in the food chain because it does not
exceed the BCF criteria.
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