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EC number: 200-820-0
CAS number: 74-89-5
Monomethylamine is expected to be stable in water (Verscheuren, K., 1988; Schmidt-Bleek, 1982).
In accordance with REACH Annex VIII, column
2, the study does not need to be conducted since the substance is
readily biodegradable (Official Bulletin of Economy, Trade and Industry,
1988). Furthermore, the substance has no hydrolysable groups. Based on
Kollig et al. (1993) and Boethling and Mackay (2000), amines are
generally resistant to hydrolysis because they do not contain labile
functional groups. This conclusion is also confirmed by supporting
information (Verscheuren, 1988; Schmidt-Bleek, 1982). According to these
authors, monomethylamine is thermodynamically stable in water to
hydrolysis at pH 4, 7, and 9.
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