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EC number: 260-828-5
CAS number: 57583-34-3
The test substance is expected to rapidly biodegrade in a variety of
The results of this test met or exceeded each of the OECD-specified
criteria for validation of its ready biodegradability tests. These
include parameters such as viability of the inoculum, control of pH and
temperature, and precision in percentage biodegradation recorded among
replicate test mixtures. Biodegradation of a reference substance
(aniline) reached 90 - 100 % in 14 days, and thus verified the viability
of the inoculum employed in this test. An Inhibition (Toxicity) Control
mixture, containing both aniline (50 mg/L) and the test substance,
showed no evidence for inhibition of the microbial inoculum. An Abiotic
Control mixture, containing the test substance and a chemical sterilant
(HgCl2), verified that the observed test substance degradation was due
solely to biological activity. Thus, the test substance is considered
“readily biodegradable” according to OECD criteria. Therefore, the test
substance is expected to rapidly biodegrade in a variety of environments.
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