Harmful effect resulting from a single or short-term exposure to a substance.
The lowest temperature at which a substance will spontaneously combust without an external source of ignition.
Decomposition or breakdown of a substance under natural conditions (action of micro-organisms).
Progressive accumulation in living organisms of a chemical substance present in the environment.
Substance effects causing cancer.
Substance effect that causes breaks in chromosome.
Harmful effect on foetus health
Substance effect that causes damage to genes, including mutagenicity and clastogenicity.
Global Harmonized System of chemicals classification.
Inherent substance property bearing a threat to health or environment.
Substance effect that cause mutation of genes.
The ratio of the concentrations of a substance in the two phases of a mixture of two immiscible solvents (usually n-octanol and water) at equilibrium.
Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic.
Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals: European framework chemicals Regulation
Refers to the length of time a compound stays in the environment, once introduced.
Substance effect on reproduction, including teratogenicity, embryotoxicity and harmful effects on fertility.
Repeated dose toxicity
Harmful effect after repeated short-term or long-term exposure to a substance.
Topsoil, sand and minerals washed from the land into water, and forming in the end a layer at the bottom of rivers and sea.
Substance effect on foetal morphology.
A measure of a substance ‘s propensity to evaporate.
Any substance that evaporates readily.
very Persistent, very Bioaccumulative.