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Long-term toxicity to fish

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The 13–day toxicity of tin sulfide to early life stage of Brachydanio rerio according to OECD guideline 212 was studied under semi-static conditions. Totally 60 embryos were exposed to measured tin sulfide concentrations up to 33 µg/L, which is the highest soluble fraction from a 100 mg/L (nominal) tin sulfide concentration. The test system was maintained at 23.9 to 25.8 ºC and a pH of 6.91 to 7.67.  The 13–day EC50value, based on mortality, was >33 µg a.i./L.  The sublethal effects included were hatching, weight and length of animals. The most sensitive endpoint was weight, the NOEC being 7 µg/L (equals to 12.5% of filtrate from soluble fraction of 100 mg/L).

Calculated as ditin trisulfide the NOEC based on mortility was >37 µg/L and the EC50 based on weight was 8 µg/L.

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