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EC number: 618-561-0
CAS number: 9046-10-0
short-term data is available for the three trophic levels for both the
freshwater and the marine water compartment.
most sensitive compartment is the freshwater compartment, with the
lowest 72-h ErC50 value (for algae) being 15 mg/L. For daphnia and fish
acute EC/LC50 values of 80 mg/L and > 15 mg/L respectively were
obtained. The substance is not readily biodegradable; its logKow is < 4.
Based on the available data, the substance should not be classified for
ErC10 value for algae was greater than 1 mg/L. No chronic daphnia or
fish data are available but calculations with ECOSAR v 1.11 following
the aliphatic amines class, give a chronic Daphnia and fish value (ChV)
of approx. 1.85 and 16.21 mg/L respectively. As the chronic toxicity
values are higher than 1 mg/L, the substance should not be classified
for chronic toxicity following Annex I, table 4.1.0 b (i) of the CLP
following a conservative approach (not taking the QSAR data into
account), and considering that the substance is not rapidly degradable
and shows acute toxicity values > 10 to ≤ 100 mg/L, it should be
Category 3, H412, according to CLP (EC Regulation 1272/2008)
labelling is required
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