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EC number: 205-553-3
CAS number: 142-71-2
A GLP-compliant in-vitro skin corrosivity test was conducted in
accordance with the requirements of OECD Guideline 431 and EU Method
B.40 BIS (Warren, 2012b). Data were presented in the form of percentage
viability (MTT reduction in the test item treated tissues relative to
negative control tissues). The relative mean viability
of the test item treated tissues was as follows: 240 minutes exposure,
12.1%; 60 minutes exposure, 21.4%; 3 minutes exposure, 54.4%. On this
basis it is concluded that copper di(acetate) is corrosive in contact
with skin and that the following classification applies:
A GLP-compliant eye irritation test was carried out in a single
rabbit in accordance with internationally accepted guidelines (Bradshaw,
2012c). The persistence of reactions in the treated eye at the
21 -Day observation was considered to be indicative of irreversible
ocular damage. The test item was considered to be corrosive to the
rabbit eye and was classified as follows:
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