This section provides an overview of the type of study records behind the presented results and – if applicable - data-waving justifications. Brief Profile - Last updated: 11/11/2020 Print. Annex V – indicates if the substance is prohibited from export. Use of this information is subject to copyright laws and may require the permission of the owner of the information, as described in the ECHA Legal Notice. Processable data is prioritised by the toxicity descriptor type (see list below) and subsequently further prioritised by duration (longer prioritised over shorter). The quality and correctness of the information remains the responsibility of the data submitter. Due to ongoing appeals, all registrations flagged as revoked are published as, In the case of a merge between two companies having a registration for the same substance, the higher tonnage band registration is maintained as active, and the other registration is, Hazard unknown (no further information necessary as no exposure expected), Stability in organic solvents and identity of relevant degradation products, Storage stability and reactivity towards container material, Environmental data (monitoring data/field studies), Additional information on environmental fate and behaviour, Skin irritation/corrosion (study results), Respiratory sensitisation (study results), Repeating dose toxicity oral/inhalation/dermal/other routes (study results), EINECS (European INventory of Existing Commercial chemical Substances) List, ELINCS (European LIst of Notified Chemical Substances) List. This section summarises the surface tension values from all registered dossiers for the substance. Solubility in mg/100g standard fat at 20°C provides substance information on the substance solubility in standard fat in milligram per 100 gram at a temperature of 20°C. Solubility provides substance information on the substance’s solubility in organic solvents/fat in grams per litre at a temperature measured in °C. The appearance, physical state and colour were determined by visual observation (Haynes, 2015). Values are generally displayed in milligram per litre. 251. Phototransformation in soil provides substance information on the substance’s phototransformation in soil in seconds/minutes/hours/days/weeks/months/years. VW denotes the form in which the substance is produced or placed on the market. Values are displayed in milligram per litre. Relative density at 20 °C provides information on the substance relative density at 20 °C. Additionally, if available, information on the use of the substance and how consumers and workers are likely to be exposed to it can also be displayed here. This section provides information on the recommended measures to minimise or prevent adverse effects resulting from exposure to a hazardous product, or improper storage or handling of a hazardous product. BOD5/ThOD ratio provides substance information on the substance’s BOD5/ThOD ratio values displayed in O2 (milli)gram per gram test material. Registrant can provide information on the long and acute/short term exposure for both systemic and local effects of inhalation exposure of workers and/or general population by selecting one of the following hazard assessment conclusions: Prioritisation of display occurs based on the order above. This section summarises the values related to toxicity to microorganisms from all registered dossiers for the substance. EC10 / LC10 or NOEC for marine water plants provides substance information on the substance’s effect concentration/lethal concentration for 10% of the tested marine water plants or the no observed effect concentration for marine water plants. If multiple values are available, the most conservative value (the highest percentage) is displayed. Processable data is prioritised by the toxicity descriptor type (see list below) and subsequently further prioritised by duration (longer prioritised over shorter). B/E Aerospace Systems GmbH, Revalstrasse 1 23560 Luebeck Germany, Dräger Safety AG & Co. KGaA, Revalstr. More information on processable studies and data-waiving is available in the section help of the ‘Scientific properties’ header . This site is not fully supported in Internet Explorer 7 (and earlier versions). Dermal route provides substance information on the substance’s acute toxicity via the dermal route. Hazard for terrestrial organisms provides information on the substance’s hazard assessment conclusion related to terrestrial organisms/soil. This section summarises the boiling point values from all registered dossiers for the substance. Registrants can provide data for one or more of the following picklist options: Note: Registrants can also select ‘other’ as the solvent. Vestibulum tincidunt ultricies libero quis mollis. Melting / freezing point provides substance information on the melting/freezing point in °C at a pressure measured in Pa. Displayed is the most conservative of the prioritised value(s). Registrants can register their substance’s flammability as: This section summarises the explosiveness values from all registered dossiers for the substance. Potassium superoxide was considered the cause of the reaction [Health and Safety Inf. 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. The brief profile is based on non-confidential data contained in ECHA’s databases at the time of generation. Information on the most sensitive study can be provided by the registrants as: Dermal exposure provides information on the substance’s hazard assessment conclusions regarding dermal exposure (for workers). PNEC sediment, data displayed in milligram per kilo sediment (dry weight). Translated names gives the names in different EU languages, where available to ECHA. Registrants can choose from the following picklist endpoint conclusions/effect levels: Eye irritation provides substance information on the substance’s irritation effect on the eye. This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our websites. Applicant’s summary and conclusion – Interpretation of results. By summarising this information in a single page, ECHA aims to make this information accessible in a user-friendly way in line with the Agency’s goals and standards. 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. If more than one numerical result is available per endpoint, the range of results (min-max) and range of experimental conditions will be presented (RANGE method).Relative density provides substance information on the relatively density (measurement units are not processed for relative density) at a temperature measured in Celsius (°C). The quality and correctness of the information remains the responsibility of the data submitter. This substance has not been registered under the REACH Regulation, therefore as yet ECHA has not received any data about this substance from registration dossiers. Note: Registrants can also select ‘other’ as the type of Henry’s law constant. Impurities or additives: When a specific critical property is associated with compositions with impurities and/or additives, the respective critical property icon has a * associated. Registrants can identify their substance as being a mono-constituent substance, multi-constituent substance, UVCB, polymer or specify another type. The Agency does not take any responsibility whatsoever for any copyright or other infringements that may be caused by using the information. Please upgrade your Internet Explorer to a newer version. Processable data is prioritised by the toxicity descriptor type (see list below) and subsequently further prioritised by duration (longer prioritised over shorter). the lowest numerical data) is displayed. This section displays the values related to carcinogenicity from all registered dossiers for the substance. pH provides substance information on the substance’s acidity level measured in pH at a temperature measured in °C and a concentration measured in (milli)grams per litre. The CoRAP list includes substances that could pose a risk to human health or the environment and whose (potentially hazardous) properties are to be evaluated by the Member States in the next three years.