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EC number: 218-235-4
CAS number: 2090-05-3
Aquatic toxicity studies with calcium
dibenzoate are not available, thus aquatic toxicity will be addressed
with existing data on the dissociation products.
Calcium: Calcium as an essential
element has a very low potential for toxicity to aquatic plants and adverse
effects are lacking up to and including the respective OECD/EC
guidelines limit concentrations.
Benzoic acid: Only a supporting study
is available that does not add significantly to the body of knowledge of
substance effects on aquatic plants.
Calcium dibenzoate: Using existing
aquatic toxicity data of the dissociation products of calcium
dibenzoate, the aquatic hazard assessment is based on the most toxic
moiety, i.e. the benzoate anion. Since reliable toxicity data are not
available for benzoic acid, a conclusion on the potential of calcium
dibenzoate to affect aquatic plants cannot be derived.
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