Substance Identity
CAS Number 149-32-6
Chemical Name 1,2,3,4-Butanetetrol, (R*,S*)-
Type of substance Organic
SMILES OCC(O)C(O)CO
Moiety of concern organic
Categorization Results

Meets Government of Canada Categorization Criteria? No
Meets Human Health Categorization Criteria? No
Meets Environmental Criteria for Categorization? No
Persistent (P)? No
Rational for P QSAR
Bioaccumulative (B)? No
Rational for B QSAR
Inherently Toxic to Aquatic Organisms (iT)? No
Rational for iT QSAR
DSL Quantity range (tonnes/year) 0 to 1T

Ecological data supporting decisions

Underlying data regarding persistence

Media of concern leading to Categorization Water
Experimental Biodegradation half-life (days) Not Available
Predicted Ultimate degradation half-life (days) 8.67
MITI probability of biodegradation 0.9753
EPI Predicted Ozone reaction half-life (days) 999
EPI Predicted Atmospheric Oxidation half-life (days) 0.367

Underlying data regarding Bioaccumulation

Empirical Log Kow -2.29
Log Kow predicted by KowWin -2.11
Log BAF T2MTL predicted by Gobas 0.0000540371955876
Log BCF 5% T2LTL predicted by Gobas 0.0005144646215092
Log BCF Max predicted by OASIS 0.939807199921394
Log BCF predicted by BCFWIN 0.5

Underlying data regarding inherent toxicity to aquatic organisms

Pivotal value for iT (mg/l) 1250.53225
Toxicity to fish (LC50 in mg/l) as predicted by Ecosar v0.99g 661,000
Toxicity to fish (LC50 in mg/l) as predicted by PNN 1,250.53225
Toxicity to fish, daphnia, algae or mysid shrimp (EC50 or LC50 in mg/l) as predicted by Ecosar v0.99g 263,000
Chronic toxicity to daphnia or algae (EC50 in mg/l) as predicted by Ecosar v0.99g 4,528.912
Toxicity to fish (LC50 in mg/l) as predicted by Neutral Organics QSAR in Ecosar v0.99g 6.61E+005

Human Health data supporting decisions
Underlying data regarding potential for exposure

LPE/IPE/GPE Lowest Potential for Exposure (HC Simple Exposure Tool)

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Underlying data regarding Complex Hazard Assessment