Readily biodegradable but failing the 10-day window. Please note that the information provided in the free-text fields is not published in the brief profiles. 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. Registrants can identify the origin of their substance as being: If more than one type of substance is registered, both types will be displayed. Other relevant information includes the following: Substances may have impurities and additives that lead to different classifications. Oxidising. Log Koc at 20°C provides substance information on the substance’s log Koc adsorption at a temperature 20 °C. 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 displayed in milligrams per kilogram bodyweight per day. The Agency thus cannot guarantee the correctness of the information displayed. 215–540–4, is covered by three harmonisations – 005–011–00–4; 005–011–01–1; 005–011–02–9), CLH information cannot be displayed in the Brief Profile as the differences between the CLH classifications require manual verification. pimelic acid - cas 111-16-0, synthesis, structure, density, melting point, boiling point For substance’s physical state at 20°C and 1013 hPa, registrants can classify their substance as: This section provides an overview of the type of study records behind the presented results and – if applicable - data–waving justifications. Note: Registrants can also select ‘other’ as the type of Henry’s law constant. If the test material used is different from the substance being registered an indication will be provided. In that case, the ATP (Adaptation to Technical Progress) number is displayed. For example, an update in a section of a dossier that is not displayed in the Brief Profile will not result in an update of the Brief Profile. 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. Values are generally displayed in measured in (nano/ micro/milli)gram per kilogram (dry weight). 1 000 g will be displayed as 1 kg. Displayed are the RANGES of min – max of the PRIORITISED value(s) within the five highest priority groupings of provided data. The ‘total tonnage’ band published does not necessarily reflect the registered tonnage band(s). Name Pimelic Acid Accession Number DB01856 Description. See the official IUPAC website for more information on the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. PNEC aqua, displayed in milligram per litre. Organic Acids Other Organic Acids Carbon atoms Common name Chemical formula Common location pKa 3 Lactic acid CH3CH ... 3 Glutaric acid 4.34 5.41 4 Adipic acid 4.41 5.41 5 Pimelic acid 4.50 5.43 6 Subericacid 4.53 5.50. Pimelic acid (Heptanedioic acid, 1,5-Pentanedicarboxylic acid, 1,7-Heptanedioic acid) originating from fatty acid synthesis pathway is a bona fide ... Quality confirmed by NMR & HPLC. Pimelic acid is used in the manufacture of polyamides such as nylon. Data is generally displayed in milligrams per kilogram bodyweight per day.Prioritization by test species: See ‘Summary effect on fertility oral route’. More information on processable studies and data-waiving is available in the section help of the ‘Scientific properties’. For temperature for example, data is standardised and displayed in Celsius (°C). EC50/LC50 for microorganisms provides substance information on the substance’s effect concentration or lethal concentration for 50% of the microorganisms in the test, generally displayed in milligram per litre. Since the source data can be updated at any time while the Brief Profiles are updated at intervals, a slight delay in the publication of information may occur. Note: Registrants can also select ‘other’ as the unit of measure. Data is generally standardised and the displayed in milligram per litre or molar per litre. Different compositions or impurity profiles often lead to different classifications. BOD5*100/ThOD provides substance information on the substance’s BOD5*100/ThOD values displayed in O2 (milli)gram per gram test material. Inherently biodegradable, fulfilling specific criteria; Inherently biodegradable, not fulfilling specific criteria, Under test conditions no biodegradation observed. Data is generally standardised and displayed in milligram per litre/cubic metre.