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Environmental fate & pathways

Bioaccumulation: terrestrial

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Based on the physico-chemical properties of carbon black as an inert solid, its insolubility and stability in water and in organic solvents and because of its particulate character with a tendency to form aggregates and agglomerates a diffusion through the gills or through the membranes of the body of 
the aquatic, sediment or soil organisms is not to be expected. Carbon is a natural element and widely distributed in nature. It is an element of the
composition of all living organisms.

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