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ECHA requests testing proposals for tert-dodecanethiol

7:15 AM MST | November 15, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft

The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA; Helsinki) has requested testing proposals for tert-dodecanethiol (TDM). The hazard endpoint for which vertebrate testing has been proposed is sub-chronic toxicity (90 day). TDM is widely used as a chain-transfer agent in the production of polymers, in particular solution styrene–butadiene rubber and emulsion styrene–butadiene rubber. The resulting rubber is used in the manufacture of tires, carpet backing, paper coating, textiles, and adhesives. The deadline for interested parties to submit information is 30...

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