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EC number: 202-643-4
CAS number: 98-16-8
Table 2: m-ABTF toxicuty at a single inhalation dose
Concentration in mg/l and correlation CL54/CL16
The above table indicate the LC values folllowing the inhalation of m-ABTF. The table indicates CL values which is due to the paper initially published in the Russian language where these abbreviations were not translated. The CL16 and CL84 are values at which are 1 standard deviation either side of the mean value.
The published paper pre-dates the existence of nationally or internationally recognised test methods. No specific details on the test method were provided. The limited information presented indicates that the rats were exposed to m-Aminobenzotrifluoride (m-ABTF, a synonym for alpha,alpha,alpha-trifluoro-m-toluidine) for 4 hours. No clincial signs were noted during the test period. The LC50 indicated as mg/L and correlation CL54/CL16 was considered to be 0.44. In addition, the ratio of possible inhalation poisoning for m-ABTF is reported by the authors as 11.9 Due to the limited information available on the study conducted this data is not considered reliable for use in the classification of the substance according to CLP Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008.
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