VW denotes the form in which the substance is produced or placed on the market. This entity has been manually annotated by the ChEBI Team. More detailed information is available in the dossiers. IUPAC name/number.

If the substance is classified under more than one CLH entry (e.g. Data for workers – eye exposure provides information on the substance’s hazard assessment conclusions regarding eye exposure (for workers). Data is generally displayed in milligrams per kilogram in the case of soil (dry/wet weight), or gram per hectare. Bioaccumulation Factor (terrestrial species) L/kg ww provides substance information on the substance’s terrestrial bioaccumulative properties measured in litre per kilogram (wet weight). For temperature for example, data is standardised and displayed in Celsius (°C).

With standard SMILES, the name of a molecule is synonymous with its structure: it indirectly shows a two dimensional picture of the molecular structure. Please upgrade your Internet Explorer to a newer version.

Values are presented in (nano/ micro/milli)gram per litre and/or (nano/ micro/milli)molar per litre.

Note: Registrants can also select ‘BMD’, ‘BMC’, ‘dose level’ and ‘conc. This section summarises the Ecotoxicological information provided from all registered dossiers for the substance. This section provides ecotoxicological information compiled from all automatically processable data from REACH registration dossiers that is available to ECHA at the time of generation. Pre-registration – indicated if the substance is included in the list of pre-registered substances.

Skin sensitisation provides substance information on the substance’s sensitisation effect on the skin. Note: Registrants can also select ‘other’ as a reaction type for the degradation rate constant of the substance. Note: Registrants can also select ‘other’ as the picklist conclusion. The CLP regulatory processes identified for the Brief Profile are: The BPR (528/2012) entered into force on 1 September 2013.

Short-term EC50 or LC50 for terrestrial plants provides substance information on the substance’s effect concentration or lethal concentration (short term) for 50% of the terrestrial plants in the test, generally displayed in milligram per kilo soil (dry weight). Percentage distribution in the Media displays the values attributed by the registrants to the following options: For this endpoint registrants do not provide summaries that are processable for the Brief Profile.Type of study provided. Close Find out more on how we use cookies.

LC50 for marine water fish provides substance information on the substance’s lethal concentration for 50% of the marine water fish in the test, displayed in milligram per litre. Data is generally displayed in milligrams per kilogram bodyweight per day. The EC name and number are the official identifiers for substances within the European Union and can be found in the EC Inventory. The information has not been reviewed or verified by ECHA or any other authority.

Displayed are the RANGES of min – max of the PRIORITISED value(s) within the five highest priority groupings of provided data. If more than one value is available, results are displayed as concatenated distinct values, ordered from most to least commonly provided, with the percentage of provided values appended. Inhalation exposure provides information on the substance’s hazard assessment conclusions regarding inhalation exposure.

PBT properties are derived from REACH registered substances dossiers. This section summarises the values related to biodegradation in soil from all registered dossiers for the substance. Processable data is prioritised by the toxicity descriptor type (see list below) and subsequently further prioritised by duration (longer prioritised over shorter).

The Agency thus cannot guarantee the correctness of the information displayed. IUPAC names gives all the non-confidential names provided to ECHA in submissions under REACH, CLP, BPR and PIC, where indicated to be a IUPAC name. 'IUPAC name' is the generic field by which substance names are provided in various data submission tools. This section summarises physical and chemical property values from all registered dossiers in ECHA’s databases for the substance. If a threshold is derived, the type of hazard assessment conclusion is displayed and the registered threshold is reported in (nano/micro/milli)gram per cubic metre.

The ‘Regulatory context’ section provides an overview of the regulatory activities that are related to the substance. Annex V – indicates if the substance is prohibited from export. Data is generally displayed in milligrams per kilogram in the case of soil (dry/wet weight) or gram per hectare.

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This service is an Elixir Core Data Resource. The assignment of a registration number does however not guarantee that the information in the dossier is correct or that the dossier is compliant with Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (the REACH Regulation). This section summarises the auto flammability values from all registered dossiers for the substance. Note: Registrants can also select ‘BMD’, ‘BMC’, ‘dose level’ and ‘conc. Short-term EC50 or LC50 for mammals provides substance information on the substance’s effect concentration or lethal concentration (short term) for 50% of mammals in the test, generally displayed in milligram per kilo food. Chemical Formula: C 9 H 10 O 2. click here for details. To have more information on impurities relevant to classification you can consult the C&L Inventory entry for the substance, or the disseminated registration dossier. Results without measurement conditions (pressure) are not processed for the Brief Profile. 1.5), Extremely insensitive which do not have a mass explosion hazard (Div. If there are additives and impurities relevant for the substance classification, these are also indicated. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact ECHA using our contact form. The number of studies provided is indicated by ‘[x] studies submitted’, while the actual number of studies processed for the endpoint is indicated by ‘[x] studies processed’.

Dissipation Half-life of parent compound provides substance information on the substance’s dissipation half-life for the parent compound per second/minute/hour/day/week/month/year. Pre-registration allows companies to continue manufacturing and importing their. This section summarises the dissociating values from all registered dossiers for the substance.

Displayed is the MOST CONSERVATIVE of the value(s) provided, ranking in the order as below. Under specific conditions, a registrant can claim confidentiality of their identity. Biology Laboratory, InChI=1S/C9H10O2/c1-8(10)11-7-9-5-3-2-4-6-9/h2-6H,7H2,1H3. Please note that when more than one summary is provided, PNEC values may refer to constituents of the substance and not to the substance as a whole. Processable data is prioritised by the toxicity descriptor type (see list below) and subsequently further prioritised by duration (longer prioritised over shorter). Data is generally standardised and displayed in milligram per litre or molar per litre.

The Predicted No-Effect Concentration (PNEC) value is the concentration of a substance below which adverse effects in the environment are not expected to occur. Processable data for study results is prioritised by dose descriptor type (see list below) and subsequently further prioritised by the test species. The Brief Profile is produced based on data in ECHA’s databases and maintained by the Agency, and therefore the Brief Profile as a dissemination tool falls under ECHA’s responsibility. More information on processable studies and data-waiving is available in the section help of the ‘Scientific properties’. level’ as the dose descriptor. The content is subject to change without prior notice.Reproduction or further distribution of this information may be subject to copyright protection. Other names gives any names of any other type, such as common names, synonyms and acronyms. Please note that when more than one summary is provided, DN(M)EL values may refer to constituents of the substance and not to the substance as a whole. H atm m3/mol provides substance information on the substance’s Henry’s Law Constant in atm m3/mol at a temperature measured in °C and a pressure measured in Pascal. This section provides an overview of the type of study records behind the presented results and – if applicable - data waving justifications. Though the Agency aims to include as many studies as possible in the Brief Profile endpoint study results/summaries, those studies which do not fit the format or miss crucial information (such as measurement conditions) cannot be processed and therefore will not be included on this page. Annex I – indicates if the substance is subject to PIC. If more than one value is available, results are displayed as concatenated distinct values, ordered by most to least commonly provided, with the % of provided values appended. More information about classification and labelling can be found in the Regulations section of ECHA website. Thirdly the display of data is prioritised by units. Applicant’s summary and conclusion – Interpretation of results (inhalation). EC10 / LC10 or NOEC for freshwater plants provides substance information on the substance’s effect concentration/lethal concentration for 10% of the tested freshwater plants or the no observed effect concentration for freshwater plants. Applicant’s summary and conclusion – Interpretation of results (dermal). Applicant’s summary and conclusion – Interpretation of results provides information on the substance’s biodegradation properties in water and can be registered by the registrants by one or more of the following picklist options: Note: Registrants can also select ‘other’ as picklist option for describing the biodegradation values of the substance in water. Each endpoint includes three information blocks: Note: Information presented in this section is generated as part of an automatic process, i.e. Thirdly the display of data is prioritised by units. LC50 for freshwater algae provides substance information on the substance’s lethal concentration for 50% of the freshwater algae in the test, displayed in generally milligram per litre. EC10 / LC10 or NOEC for marine water algae provides substance information on the substance’s effect concentration/lethal concentration for 10% of the tested marine water algae or the no observed effect concentration for marine water algae. Different compositions or impurity profiles often lead to different classifications.