Reason for inclusion on the SIN List
This substance has persistent, bioackumulative and toxic properties.It has been found in mammals, fish, bivalves and crustaceans. Both empirical and modelled data show PBT properties of this substance.
Date for inclusion on the SIN List
Hazard class and category code(s)
No harmonized CLP classification
1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,7,7,8,8,9,9,10,10,10-Heneicosafluoro-1-decanesulfonic acid; Heneicosafluoro-1-decanesulfonic acid; Perfluorodecanesulfonic acid; PFDS; ammonium henicosafluorodecanesulphonate
206-401-9 / 267-709-7
Found in human plasma, fish and birds. Source: Yeung et al. 2013; Domingo et al. 2012; Naile et al. 2013; Lambert et al. 2011; Holmström et al. 2010; Yang et al. 2012; Higgins et al. 2007; Leung and Mabury 2013
This substance has persistent, bioackumulative and toxic properties.This substance is structurally similar to the chemical PFOS, which is a recognised POP under the Stockholm convention. PFDS has been found in human plasma, in birds and fish. It is highly persistent and has the potential for long-range transport. It is expected to be at least as toxic and bioackumulative as PFOS.
Technical function of substances
There is not much known about the use of PFDS or its precursors, although it is thought to be an ingredient in PFOS-based firefighting foams. Source: Gewurtz et al. 2012