The Environmental Safety Assessment of Cydiodine Powder
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- Cydiodine powder; Environment; Toxicology Security
The ecological security of Iodic agent was firstly studied in the domestic. To investigate environmental toxicology of the new developed of Cydiodine Powder(CDP), we research toxicity of CDP to zebrafish and earthworm, and the skin and eye irritation studies to rabbit. The static method, with reference to the chemical pesticide environmental safety evaluation test guidelines (GB/T 31270.12 2014), was used to research the toxicity to zebrafish. The toxicity to earthworm was studied with reference to the chemical pesticide environmental safety evaluation test guidelines (GB/T 31270.15 2014). The skin and eye irritation was tested reference to "disinfection technical specifications (2002 edition). The results appear to be 5.775 mg of A.I. / L of 96 h LC50 value of CDP to zebrafish. The earthworm deaths is 0 with 100 mg of A.I. / kg dry soil treatment after 14 day, and LC50 > 100 mg/kg dry soil. Skin irritation and eye irritation reaction maximum score was 0.33 and 2.75. This result Suggested that CDP was without excitant for skin and eye. The results of this study indicated that CDP is an environment friendly new disinfectant, and will not produce environmental toxicity.
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TY - CONF AU - Guiming Li AU - Jian Fu AU - Shifa Yang AU - Ning Liu AU - Jing Shang AU - Yue Lu AU - Ying Li AU - Zengcheng Zhao AU - Zhongli Huang AU - Minyan Feng AU - Shuqian Lin AU - Minxun Song PY - 2017/01 DA - 2017/01 TI - The Environmental Safety Assessment of Cydiodine Powder BT - Proceedings of the 2016 4th International Conference on Machinery, Materials and Information Technology Applications PB - Atlantis Press SP - 697 EP - 701 SN - 2352-538X UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmmita-16.2016.129 DO - 10.2991/icmmita-16.2016.129 ID - Li2017/01 ER -