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EC number: 288-312-5
CAS number: 85711-52-0
The biodegradation of amidoamine test item was determined in a Klimisch
1 GLP study according to Part C.4 -C of the Commission Regulation (EC)
No 440/2008 and OECD 301 B (CO2 Evolution Test). The test item attained
34% degradation after 28 days and 73% degradation after 56 days and
therefore can be considered to be inherently biodegradable according to
the OECD Section 3 revised introduction (2006). This study is considered
relevant for the risk assessment.
The analogue substance was tested following OECD 301B for
biodegradation. The substance undergo degradation of 73% in 54d showing
to be inherently biodegradable. Based on the read across considerations
same results apply to Stearamide DETA
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