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EC number: 701-196-7
CAS number: -
No information is available on bioaccumulation and generation is not deemed necessary. GPM-800 is not expected to bioaccumulate significantly in aquatic organisms upon exposure and thus no bioaccumulation test is proposed.
The log Pow was estimated to be > 1.2 at 20 ºC based on the combined
characteristics of moderate water solubility and moderate to high
lipophilicity of GPM-800. Accumulation is per definition the net result
of absorption (uptake), distribution, metabolism and excretion of a
substance in an organism. Even though the substance has a very wide
molecular weight range, the representative molecular weight was 800
g/mol. Molecules with such a high molecular weight often show steric
hindrance of passage across cell membranes. In case absorption would
occur, wide distribution of GPM-800 throughout the body is expected
based on its water solubility and its molecular weight range. As GPM-800
dissolves both in water and in n-octanol, it is expected not to have a
special preference for fatty tissues. GPM-800 is expected to be excreted
via urine. Based on these considerations, GPM-800 is not expected to
bioaccumulate significantly in aquatic organisms upon exposure and thus
no bioaccumulation test is proposed.
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