Collodion MSDS page 3
Ecological Information Ecotoxicity: Amyl acetate – Fish: Bluegill/ Sunfish: LC50 = 650 mg/l; 96 Hr; Static bioassay at 23ºC
Fish: Mosquito Fish: LC50 = 65 mg/l; 24-96 Hr; Unspecified If released on land or in water, volatilization would be important (half-life 5.9 hr in a typical river) and biodegradation should be a dominant degradative process. Adsorption to soil or sediment would not occur to any significant extent, so leaching into groundwater may occur. Some chemical hydrolysis may occur but only under fairly alkaline conditions. n-Amyl acetate would not be expected to bioconcentrate in aquatic organisms. Environmental: In air, n-amyl acetate will be scavenged by rain and degrade by reaction with photochemically produced hydroxyl radicals (estimated half-life 4.5 days)
Nitrocellulose – No information available
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