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Low cationic density

Term
Low cationic density
Definition

low cationic density: a chemical has a low cationic density if:

  • it is not cationic or potentially cationic; or 
  • the chemical contains one or more cationic, or potentially cationic, groups and at least one of the following applies:
    • the total combined functional group equivalent weight of any cationic or potentially cationic groups is at least 5,000 g/mol
    • the chemical has a solubility in water of less than 0.1 mg/L and will only be used in its solid phase
    • the chemical is not dispersible in water and will only be used in its solid phase.
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