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> According to the China NCSN Guidance, for new chemical substances that decompose or react when in contact with water or light and all the decomposition products are listed in the IECSC, they are exempt from eco-toxicological test data requirements. Is it necessary to submit documents verifying the fact that the decomposition products are all listed in the IECSC?
> According to the China NCSN Guidance, for aquatic organism toxicity data, from Band 2 upwards, for each tonnage band increase, at least one additional aquatic organism toxicity test from the increased tonnage band data requirements should be picked out and conducted in China. Do the increased data requirements for tonnage band from Band 2 upwards include bioaccumulation data (fish)?
> For Band 4 regular notification, how many aquatic organism toxicity tests should be carried out in China?
> What are the requirements for the submission of spectra report?
> Can the testing report of fish chronic toxicity be submitted in substitute of fish acute toxicity?
> For Band 4 regular notification, if the acute fish toxicity testing is performed overseas and the chronic fish toxicity testing is performed domestically, does the acute fish toxicity testing data still need to be generated in Chinese labs?
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