The Restriction list describes the conditions for the manufacture, placing on the market or use of certain substances, either on their own or in mixtures or articles. Registrants can provide data for one or more of the following picklist options: Note: Registrants can also select ‘other’ as the solvent. Thirdly the display of data is prioritised by unit. Displayed are the RANGES of min – max of the PRIORITISED value(s) within the five highest priority groupings of provided data. Different classifications can also be due to technical errors made during the notification process. SMILES is the acronym for Simplified Molecular Input Line Entry Specification, a chemical notation system used to represent a molecular structure by a linear string of symbols. Brief Profiles are updated regularly and new information is added when available. Precautions for using this substance have been recommended by its registrants under REACH, as follows: When handling this substance: contaminated work clothing should not be allowed out of the workplace; use only outdoors or in a well-ventilated area; do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product; keep container tightly closed; wash parts of the body (as specified by manufacturer/supplier)in contact with substance thoroughly after handling; wear protective gloves and/or clothing, and eye and/or face protection as specified by manufacturer/supplier; avoid breathing the dust, fume, gas, mist, vapours or spray; in case of inadequate ventilation wear respiratory protection. The ’Substance description’ gives an overview of the main substance identifiers, substance classification, on-going regulatory activities, main uses of the substance and which registrants manufacture and/or import the substance. Autoflammability / Self-ignition at 101 325 Pa provides substance information on the substance’s self-ignition temperature in °C at a pressure of 101 325 Pa. This substance is used in the following activities or processes at workplace: the low energy manipulation of substances bound in materials or articles. Additionally, if registrants select ‘other’ as a unit of measure for pressure, the measurement conditions (and therefore the study results) cannot be processed in the Brief Profile. If so, the pressure data provided is not processed for the Brief Profile. Target Organs: Respiratory system, eyes, skin. For general information about any of the different regulations which currently fall under ECHA’s mandate please see the links below. The information has not been reviewed or verified by ECHA or any other authority. Registrant can provide information on eye exposure as mentioned above for ‘Data for workers – eye exposure.’. For this endpoint registrants do not provide study result data. Therefore the quality of these names may be variable. May cause dermatitis. This section summarises the boiling point values from all registered dossiers for the substance. Unlike the pictograms in the ‘Classification and Labelling’ section, these icons are not determined by any legislative procedure and have the sole purpose of being informative in the context of InfoCards and Brief Profiles. Phototransformation in water provides information on the substance’s phototransformation in water in seconds/minutes/hours/days/weeks/months/years. Dissipation Half-life of parent compound provides substance information on the substance’s dissipation half-life for the parent compound per second/minute/hour/day/week/month/year. Within the context of REACH, impurities are unintended constituents present in a substance as manufactured. Long-term EC10 or LC10 or NOEC for soil dwelling arthropods provides substance information on the substance’s effect concentration or lethal concentration (long term) for 10% of the soil dwelling arthropods in the test, or the no observed effect concentration for soil dwelling arthropods. Displayed are the RANGES of min – max of values (provided in %). This substance is used for the manufacture of: chemicals. Release to the environment of this substance can occur from industrial use: for thermoplastic manufacture, as an intermediate step in further manufacturing of another substance (use of intermediates), as processing aid, in processing aids at industrial sites and of substances in closed systems with minimal release. If so, the data provided is not processed for the Brief Profile. Data is generally displayed in milligram per litre or molar per litre. Due to ongoing appeals, all registrations flagged as revoked are published as, In the case of a merge between two companies having a registration for the same substance, the higher tonnage band registration is maintained as active, and the other registration is, Stability in organic solvents and identity of relevant degradation products, Storage stability and reactivity towards container material, Environmental data (monitoring data/field studies), Additional information on environmental fate and behaviour, Skin irritation/corrosion (study results), Respiratory sensitisation (study results), Repeating dose toxicity oral/inhalation/dermal/other routes (study results), EINECS (European INventory of Existing Commercial chemical Substances) List, ELINCS (European LIst of Notified Chemical Substances) List. The availability of additional data beyond the five results displayed is indicated by (…) icon. Otherwise data is displayed reported as provided by the registrant(s).The availability of additional data beyond the five results displayed is indicated by (…). If more than one result is available per endpoint, the range of results (min-max, RANGE method) will be presented. Warning! PNEC sediment, data displayed in milligram per kilo sediment (dry weight). ECHA maintains the C&L Inventory, but does not review or verify the accuracy of the information. Displayed are the RANGES of min – max of the PRIORITISED value(s) within the five highest priority groupings of provided data. The chart displays the number of matching substance classifications (hazard class, categories and hazard statements) provided by manufacturers and importers under REACH and CLP notifications, as well as whether the substance is defined under harmonised classification and labelling (CLH). This section summarises the values related to long term toxicity to fish from all registered dossiers for the substance. Thirdly the display of data is prioritised by units. pH provides substance information on the substance’s acidity level measured in pH at a temperature measured in °C and a concentration measured in (milli)grams per litre. If multiple values are available, the most conservative value (the highest percentage) is displayed. Processable data is prioritised by the toxicity descriptor type (see list below) and subsequently further prioritised by duration (longer prioritised over shorter). Surface tension provides substance information on the surface tension in (milli)Newton per metre in a concentration in (milli)gram per metre and at a temperature measured in °C. Hazard for predators provides information on the substance’s hazard assessment conclusion related to predators/secondary poisoning. 2(b)(i) - Hazardous Agents, EU Ecolabels - Restrictions for Hazardous Substances/Mixtures, FCM and Articles Regulation, Annex I - Authorised Substances, Food Contact Regenerated Cellulose Directive - Authorised Substances, Workplace Signs - minimum requirements & signs on containers and pipes, Waste Framework Directive, Annex III - Waste - Hazardous Properties, Physical, Biological and Chemical Agents & Processes and Work.