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EC number: 258-436-4
CAS number: 53220-22-7
Performance of a study that examines
the stability of ditetradecyl peroxydicarbonate in organic solvents
was waived as the stability in organic solvents is not considered
According to the Annex IX Standard
Information Requirements for REACH, 7.15 of 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, “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
If stability in an organic solvent is deemed
critical, it is typically as a medium for another study and determined
as a pre-test for the other study and therefore not reported separately.
In addition, for organic peroxides in the maximum market concentrations,
there is extensive experience in handling/shipment supporting the
stability in the solvents used (or even needed for stabilising reasons).
In some cases, approval by authorities is obtained (e.g. statements from
German BAM) specifying suitable solvents.
In addition, in the context of toxicity
studies, analytical data support and confirm the stability of the
substance in relvant solvents.Therefore, the stability in organic
solvents is not considered critical and testing is therefore not
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