and a 3-month oral rat study.
(RIVM February 1993, CS/PM/855).
Remark: since high migration into fat has
been demonstrated, the WG recommends
that the Commission take the necessary
measures so that the restriction proposed is
DIR SML = 0.05 mg/kg
R = 0.05 mg/kg of food.
Available: migration data; gene mutation
assay in bacteria (negative); chromosomal
aberration assay in cultured mammalian
cells (negative); gene mutation assay in
cultured mammalian cells (negative); acute
toxicity studies with di-tert-dodecyl
trisulfide (TPS20) and di-tert-dodecyl
pentasulfide (TPS32); 4-week oral rat study
with di-tert-dodecyl pentasulfide (TPS32);
skin and eye irritation studies performed
with TPS20 and TPS32; sensitisation studies
performed with TPS20 and TPS32.
(RIVM/TNO SDS, September 1999 =
CS/PM/2964 REV. II/47540).
(Adopted at the 119th SCF meeting) (2
002123-19-5 Didodecyl ketone
DIR SML = 12 mg/kg
Restriction: 0.05 mg/kg food (as sum of
mercaptoacetate), di-n- dodecyltin
monododecyltin trichloride and di-
dodecyltin dichloride) expressed as the sum
of mono- and di-dodecyltin chloride.