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TSCA Section 8(e) Substantial Risk Notifications and FYI Submissions Received January 2005 - continued

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For Your Information Submissions Associated with FYI-0105-01489A

Study No.
Study Description
Cover Letter (PDF)
(1 pg, 88K)
Cover Letter
2 Daphnia (PDF)
(51 pp, 2.05MB)
Acute Toxicity to Daphnia magna
3 Fish (PDF)
(55 pp, 2.24MB)
Acute Toxicity to Rainbow Trout
4 Alga (PDF)
(59 pp, 2.50MB)
Alga Growth Inhibition Assay
5 Biodeg (PDF)
(46 pp, 2.12MB)
Assessment of Biodegradability
6 Purity (PDF)
(35 pp, 1.06MB)
Identification and Determination of Purity
102-4224 Repeated Dose (PDF)
(547 pp, 11.76MB)
Repeated Dose Repro & Neuro Tox (Volume 1)
102-4224 Repeated Dose 2 (PDF)
(414 pp, 11.04MB)
Repeated Dose Repro & Neuro Tox (Volume 2)

DEFINITION OF TERMS

8EHQ# - This is the EPA submission number that includes a 4-digit month and year followed by a 5-digit number assigned sequentially and the letter "S" if it has been sanitized to remove confidential business information (8EHQ-MMYY-XXXXX S). "Supplement" means that it is a follow-up to an earlier report.
Supplemental submissions reflect the month and year logged in but retain the same 5-digit sequential number as a link to the initial submission. Use this 8EHQ number when requesting a copy of the submission.
NOTE that EPA can request follow-up information. Government users can suggest follow-up via the ONE committee. Use of the term "FYI" means that the report may not be required to be submitted under TSCA regulations, but the submitter is sharing information on a voluntary basis.

CHEM Names - This is the name used by the submitter.

CAS No. - The Chemical Abstracts Service Number. Use of the term "CBI" indicates that the submitter is claiming the identity of the chemical to be confidential business information. This claim can be challenged in some cases, and users should notify EPA if they wish to pursue the chemical identity.

USHV - High production volume chemical in the U.S., including domestic manufacture and importation. EPA defines high production volume as annual production of greater than or equal to one million pounds.

Description - A general description of the type of study or information submitted, but not study results. Note that the terms used by EPA do allow readers to distinguish between toxicity tests, epidemiology studies, human case reports, and exposure findings.


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