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EC number: 202-993-8
CAS number: 101-97-3
The stability of the test item in organic solvents is not considered as critical.
According to the Annex IX Standard
Information Requirements of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH), the
assessment of the stability in organic solvents and identity of relevant
degradation products is “only required if stability of the substance is
considered to be critical”. According to Section R.7.1.6 of the Endpoint
Specific Guidance (2012), “There are rare occasions when it is important
to have information on the stability of a compound in an organic
solvent, to ensure confidence in the test results. However, for many
substances, the stability in organic solvents will not be critical and
testing need not be conducted”.
Thus, the determination of the
stability in organic solvents (required in section 7.15) was waived as
the stability of the test substance is not an essential property and in
addition the experience in handling and use shows the test item is
stable in organic solvents.
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