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A well detailed study related to soil-water partition coefficient was available. KOCWIN (EPI suite, EPA 2008) estimated the Koc to be between 43.64 and 60.7.

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Results of this soil-water partition coefficient study (Kommalapati et al., 2001) showed that aqueous concentrations of substance declined sharply. Following several desorption steps, constant release to the water phase was still observed. Desorption isotherms could not be derived, as concentrations in soil phase could not be determined.

KOCWIN (EPI suite, EPA 2009) estimated the Koc to be between 43.64 and 60.7.