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EC number: 202-764-2
CAS number: 99-54-7
The loss of the compound in sediment was observed without any lag period. The reaction followed a first-order reaction mechanism with a rate constant 0.289 +/- 0.015 per day. Half live was 2.4 days. In autoclaved sediment (control experiment) the rate constant was 0.0012 per day. Up to half of the 1,2-dichloro-4-nitrobenzene was recovered as 3,4-dichloroaniline, which was degraded less rapidly than the TS
Degradation products: yes
Degradation products (CAS No./EC No./EINECS Name): 108-42-9 203-581-0 3-chloroaniline
Degradation products (CAS No./EC No./EINECS Name): 95-76-1 202-448-4 3,4-dichloroaniline
1,2 -dichloro-4 -nitrobenzene degraded under anaerobic conditions in sediment yielding a half life of 2.4 days. 3 -Chloroaniline and 3,4 -dichloroaniline were detected as degradation products (Susarla, 1996).
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