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EC number: 701-197-2
CAS number: -
Calculation with ECOSAR v0.99g (EPIWIN software by US-EPA): Main component with chlorine: EC50(48h): 4.38 mg/L Main component without chlorine: EC50(48h): 4.06 mg/L
The acute toxicity to Daphnia magna
of the test substance was predicted by the computer program ECOSAR
v0.99g (EPIWIN software) by US-EPA (Chemservice S.A., 2012; prediction
performed by data owner).An
extensive set of structure – activity relationships (SARs) is utilized
by the computer program, to predict the acute and chronic toxicity for
three trophic levels for aquatic species, based on the neutral organics
SAR (Baseline Toxicity).The
mode of toxic action for most neutral organic chemicals is narcosis, and
many chemical classes present toxicity to organisms via narcosis (i.e.
ethers, alcohols, ketones). However, some organic chemical classes have
been identified as having a more specific mode of toxicity. These are
typically organics that are reactive and ionizable and that exhibit
excess toxicity in addition to narcosis (i.e. acrylates, epoxides,
anilines). For the test substance,“diepoxides”
were detected as Ecosar-class.The
short-term results (EC50) for the substance including chlorine
concerning daphnids (48h) was given as 4.38 mg/L. If
the compound contains no chlorine, the predicted result differ a little;
the EC50(48h) is 4.06 mg/L. Therefore,
it can be assumed that the toxicity is not significantly affected by a
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