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SODIUM ANTIMONATE (A)


CAS NUMBER 15432-85-6
EINECS NUMBER 239-444-7
MOLECULAR FORMULA NaSbO3
 MOLECULAR WEIGHT 192.74 g/mol
 MELTING POINT
(no melting up to 600°C; DSC)
 BOILING POINT
(no boiling up to 600°C; DSC)

Material specification typical of i2a member companies:


PHYSICAL FORM POWDER/CRYSTAL
PARTICLE SIZE INFORMATION The median particle size D 50 of the test items deduced from the particle size distribution is 1.4µm. ( D10 = 0.5 µm / D90 = 7.3 µm)
PURITY 95.0 - 99.9% (w/w)
OTHER IMPURITIES
(for which the individual composition does not exceed 0.1% and/or are not classified and/or are not relevant for sodium antimonate (A) classification)
<= 5.0 % (w/w)


If you are interested in the registration of Sodium Antimonate (A) please contact i2a no matter which impurity level you have.


Classification and labelling of Sodium Antimonate (A)



Classification and labelling according to CLP/GHS

Sodium Antimonate (A) (Representative sample)

Remarks: The classification and labelling of sodium antimonate (A) is covered by a group entry in Annex VI of regulation (EC) 1272/2008, index No. 051-003-00-9.

However, recently generated hazard data on sodium hexahydroxoantimonate (CAS 33908-66-6) - which can be read acrossed to sodium antimonate (A) - do not support the harmonized classification and labelling for this antimony compound as stated in Annex VI of Regulation (EC) 1272/2008.

Therefore, an alternative proposal for the classification and labelling of sodium antimonate (A) based on this specific data is provided as well.


CLASSIFICATION

Acute Tox. 4 (H302, H332

Aquatic Chronic 2 (H411)


LABELLING  
 SIGNAL WORD Warning
 HAZARD PICTOGRAM  GHS07: exclamation mark


GHS09: environment

 HAZARD STATEMENTS

H332: Harmful if inhaled.

H302: Harmful if swallowed.

H411: Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
NOTES
Note A, Note 1

Sodium Antimonate (A) (Representative sample) - proposed alternative classification

Remarks: Proposal for classification and labelling based on substance-specific, guideline-conform experimental data with unrestricted reliability; based on read across from sodium hexahydroxoantimonate (CAS 33908-66-6).

No classification, so no labelling



Classification and labelling according to DSD (Annex I of Directive 67/548/EEC)

Sodium Antimonate (A) (Representative sample)


CLASSIFICATION
 

Xn; R20/22

N; R51/53

LABELLING
 INDICATION OF DANGER Xn - harmful
N - dangerous for the environment
R-PHRASES

R20/22 - harmful by inhalation and if swallowed

R51/53 - toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment
 S-PHRASES

S2 - keep out of the reach of children

S61 - avoid release to the environment. refer to special instructions/safety data sheets

Sodium Antimonate (A) (Representative sample) - proposed alternative classification

Remarks: Proposal for classification and labelling based on substance-specific, guideline-conform experimental data with unrestricted reliability; based on read across from sodium hexahydroxoantimonate (CAS 33908-66-6).

No classification, so no labelling


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