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Environmental fate & pathways

Phototransformation in soil

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phototransformation in soil
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study scientifically not necessary / other information available
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Photodegradation is a process where light or reactive species such as oxygen- or hydroxyl radicals lead to degradation of a substance. Based on the chemical nature, inorganic structure and chemical stability of the compound these transformations are not expected to occur.

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Photodegradation is a process where light or reactive species such as oxygen- or hydroxyl radicals lead to degradation of a substance. Based on the chemical nature, inorganic structure and chemical stability of the compound these transformations are not expected to occur.

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Photodegradation is a process where light or reactive species such as oxygen- or hydroxyl radicals lead to degradation of a substance. Based on the chemical nature, inorganic structure and chemical stability of the compound these transformations are not expected to occur.