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N, N-Dimethyldipropylentriamine aquatic toxicity profile has been investigated on different levels of the trophic chain: aquatic algae, aquatic invertebrates and fish.

Based on the results obtained it can be conclude that N, N-Dimethyldipropylentriamine is harmful to algae and toxic to daphnia.

With regard to fish and microorganisms, EC50 higher than 100 mg/L was recorded.