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EC number: 204-528-4
CAS number: 122-20-3
rabbits survived the two-week observation period. No
signs of toxicity were observed in the rabbits.
A sample of triisopropanolamine, also known
as TIPA, was submitted for acute toxicological evaluation and definition
of industrial handling hazards. Toxicity tests were conducted on this
material as an 85% solution in distilled water. This is the final use
dilution. Eye, skin irritation and acute percutaneous absorption tests
were conducted on male or female New Zealand albino rabbits (Langshaw
Farms, Augusta, Michigan).
The potential of this material to produce
systemic toxicity when absorbed through the skin is low. In the acute
percutaneous absorption test 2 rabbits received 5000 mg/kg of the
material as an 85% aqueous solution; both rabbits survived the two-week
observation period. No signs of toxicity were observed in the rabbits.
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