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REF_N
CAS_N
NAME
SYNONIM
DIR
RESTRICTIONS
AND
SPECIFICATIONS
SCF
List
EFSA/SCF_OP
PL
CT
44
the residual quantity in the finished product
(FP) is available. A QMA is proposed.
(Adopted at the 123rd SCF meeting, 19
October 2000)
13840
000071-36-3 1-Butanol
Same 40590
DIR
3
See references for "Alcohols, aliphatic,
monohydric, saturated, linear, primary (C4-
C22)" (PM/REF.N. 12375) in SCF list 3.
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13845
000075-65-0 tert-Butanol
Same 40594
3
Residue in food less than 10 mg/kg.
(EHC,65).
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13870
000106-98-9 1-Butene
DIR
3
Residues of this gas in plastics are very
small. The gas has low toxic potential.
Migration into food will be toxicologically
negligible. (Patty's Industrial Hygiene and
Toxicology, 3rd ed. 1981).
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13900
000107-01-7 2-Butene
DIR
3
Residues of this gas in plastics are very
small. The gas has low toxic potential.
Migration into food will be toxicologically
negligible.
(Patty's Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology,
3rd ed. 1981).
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13930
006117-91-5 2-Buten-1-ol
D
8
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13932
000598-32-3 3-Buten-2-ol
Same 40610
DIR QMA = ND (DL =
0.02 mg/6 dmē). To be
used only as a co-
monomer for the
preparation of
polymeric additive
4A
n.d. (DL = 0.01 mg/kg)
Available: worst case migration of <= 0.008
mg/kg in the case of use as co-monomer of a
polymeric additive, made from less then
10% 1-buten-3-ol and used at less then 2.5%
in PVC; gene mutation assay in bacteria
(negative); chromosomal aberration assay in
cultured mammalian cells (positive); gene
mutation assay in cultured mammalian cells
(weakly positive).
RIVM/FR SDS, January 2000 =
CS/PM/3151 REV. III/13932.
Remark for Commission: only a method for
the determination of the residual content is
available.
(Adopted at the 121 SCF meeting (20 June
2000))
http://europa.eu.int/comm/food/fs/sc/scf/out
62_en.pdf
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