GHS Classification Result

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Item Information
CAS number 1309-64-4
Chemical name Diantimony trioxide
Substance ID - / R-150
Fiscal year of classification conducted FY2014
Classifier(s) (Ministries) Ministry of the Environment (MOE)
New/Revised Revised
Classification in other fiscal years FY2006   FY2007   FY2012
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REFERENCE INFORMATION

Item Information
Guidance used for classification (External link) GHS Classification Guidance for the Japanese Government (August 2013)
Definitions / Abbreviations (Excel file) Definitions / Abbreviations
Model Label by MHLW (External link) MHLW Website (in Japanese Only)
Model SDS by MHLW (External link) MHLW Website (in Japanese Only)
OECD/eChemPortal (External link) eChemPortal

PHYSICAL HAZARDS
Hazard class Classification Pictogram
(Code: symbol)
Signal word
Code
(Hazard statement)
Code
(Precautionary statement)
Rationale for the classification
1 Explosives - - - - -
2 Flammable gases (including chemically unstable gases) - - - - -
3 Aerosols - - - - -
4 Oxidizing gases - - - - -
5 Gases under pressure - - - - -
6 Flammable liquids - - - - -
7 Flammable solids - - - - -
8 Self-reactive substances and mixtures - - - - -
9 Pyrophoric liquids - - - - -
10 Pyrophoric solids - - - - -
11 Self-heating substances and mixtures - - - - -
12 Substances and mixtures which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases - - - - -
13 Oxidizing liquids - - - - -
14 Oxidizing solids - - - - -
15 Organic peroxides - - - - -
16 Corrosive to metals - - - - -

HEALTH HAZARDS
Hazard class Classification Pictogram
(Code: symbol)
Signal word
Code
(Hazard statement)
Code
(Precautionary statement)
Rationale for the classification
1 Acute toxicity (Oral) - - - - -
1 Acute toxicity (Dermal) - - - - -
1 Acute toxicity (Inhalation: Gases) - - - - -
1 Acute toxicity (Inhalation: Vapours) - - - - -
1 Acute toxicity (Inhalation: Dusts and mists) - - - - -
2 Skin corrosion/irritation - - - - -
3 Serious eye damage/eye irritation - - - - -
4 Respiratory sensitization - - - - -
4 Skin sensitization - - - - -
5 Germ cell mutagenicity - - - - -
6 Carcinogenicity - - - - -
7 Reproductive toxicity - - - - -
8 Specific target organ toxicity - Single exposure - - - - -
9 Specific target organ toxicity - Repeated exposure - - - - -
10 Aspiration hazard - - - - -

ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS
Hazard class Classification Pictogram
(Code: symbol)
Signal word
Code
(Hazard statement)
Code
(Precautionary statement)
Rationale for the classification
11 Hazardous to the aquatic environment (Acute) Not classified - - - From 96-hour LC50 > 530 mg/L for fish (Lepomis macrochirus) (Initial Risk Assessment Report, NITE, 2008), 48-hour EC50 = 506 mg/L for crustacea (Daphnia magna) (Result of the initial environmental risk assessment of chemicals, Vol. 6, Ministry of the Environment in Japan, 2008), and 72-hour EC50 > 2.87 mg/L for algae (Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata) (EU-RAR, 2008), it was classified as "Not classified."
11 Hazardous to the aquatic environment (Long-term) Not classified - - - If chronic toxicity data are used, then it is classified as "Not classified" due to 33 to 35-day NOEC > 0.00898 mg/L for fish (Pimephales promelas) (Result of the initial environmental risk assessment of chemicals, Vol. 6, Ministry of the Environment in Japan, 2008; Initial Risk Assessment Report, NITE, 2008; EU-RAR, 2008) despite unknown environmental dynamics of an inorganic compound.
If acute toxicity data are used for a trophic level for which chronic toxicity data are not obtained, then it is classified as "Not classified" because it corresponds to "Not classified" in acute toxicity for both algae and crustacea and is not water-insoluble (water solubility = 2.76 mg Sb/L (pH 8, 22.2 degrees C prepared water, 7 days) (EU-RAR, 2008)).
It was classified as "Not classified" from the above results.
12 Hazardous to the ozone layer Classification not possible - - - This substance is not listed in Annexes to the Montreal Protocol.


NOTES:
* "-" in a cell of classification denotes that the classification of the hazard class was not conducted.
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* Classification was conducted by relevant Japanese Ministries in accordance with GHS Classification Guidance for the Japanese Government,
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