cetylpyridinium chloride-registration dossier-echa n-phenyl-2-naphthylamine c16h13n

  • cetylpyridinium chloride - registration dossier - echa

    Cetylpyridinium chloride - Registration Dossier - ECHA

    Cetylpyridinium chloride EC Number: 204-593-9 EC Name: Cetylpyridinium chloride CAS Number: 123-03-5 Molecular formula: C21H38N.Cl IUPAC Name: 1-hexadecylpyridin-1

  • cetylpyridinium chloride - registration dossier - echa

    Cetylpyridinium chloride - Registration Dossier - ECHA

    In an OECD guideline study, CPC resulted in a Primary Dermal Irritation Index of 4.9, and is thus considered a moderate skin irritant. When instilled into the eyes of three rabbits, the substance caused severe eye damage (corneal opacity, iritis and conjuctivitis),

  • cetylpyridinium chloride - registration dossier - echa

    Cetylpyridinium chloride - Registration Dossier - ECHA

    The oral LD50 of CPC is 560 mg/kg bw, and the inhalation LC50 is between 0.054 and 0.51 mg/L or 54 to 510 mg/m3. The dermal LD50 is greater than 5000 mg/kg bw.

  • cetylpyridinium chloride - registration dossier - echa

    Cetylpyridinium chloride - Registration Dossier - ECHA

    No. of animals per sex per dose: 15 females per dose Control animals: yes, plain diet Details on study design: Doses: Group 1: 2 ml/kg distilled water (control group) Group 2: 2.5 mg/kg CPC Group 3: 12.0 mg/kg CPC Group 4 100.0 mg/kg CPC Group 5 2.5 mg/kg CPC + 0.28 mg/kg DB Group 6 12.0 mg/kg CPC + 1.33 mg/kg DB Group 7: 100.0 mg/kg CPC + 11.08 mg/kg DB The day of insemination was considered

  • cetylpyridinium chloride - registration dossier - echa

    Cetylpyridinium chloride - Registration Dossier - ECHA

    CPC was tested in an in vivo sensitisation assay in guinea pigs, and found to be non-sensitising. It is not classified for dermal sensitisation.

  • cetylpyridinium | c21h38n+

    Cetylpyridinium | C21H38N+

    Cetylpyridinium is a quaternary ammonium with broad-spectrum antiseptic properties. Its salt form, cetylpyridinium chloride, is typically found as an active ingredient in mouthwashes, toothpastes, lozenges, throat sprays, breath sprays, and nasal sprays. In these products, it generally mediates an antiseptic activity and protective action