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EC number: 942-710-1
CAS number: -
From comparison of similar dyes, the intense colour may inhibit photosynthetic growth at high concentrations, but there is no evidence of biological effects.
From assessment of similar sulphonated azo substances, it is
concludes that CJ302 need not be classified as hazardous to aquatic
organisms on the basis of effects to aquatic plants. Although some
references show an inhibition of growth rates biomass at concentrations
below 100 mg/l, it is considered very likely that this is mainly due to
absorption of light at wavelengths liked to photosynthesis.
No convincing evidence has been found that the substance causes
harm to aquatic plants, other than shading from the coloured material.
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