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The study was conducted to determine the dissociation constant of the
test material. The
test substance was equilibrated in water and the water soluble fraction
was then titrated with a standard base. The average concentration of
four replicates of test substance in water was 1.50 x 10-6 mole/Liter.
The test substance titration curve for each of the four replicates was
indistinguishable from the blank. The test substance was determined to
have no observable dissociation. The result on the analogue
material was considered to be appropriate for the Registration material.
A GLP study conducted in accordance with the OECD 112 guideline, dissociation constant- no observable dissociation.Justification for selection - only one study available.
A GLP study conducted in accordance with the OECD 112 guideline,
reported that the test
substance was determined to have no observable dissociation. The
result on the analogue material was considered to be appropriate for the
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