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EC number: 206-108-6
CAS number: 301-10-0
The tin bis(2 -ethylhexanoate) substance has a vapor pressure of 0.3 Pa,
indicating a low potential to become an atmospheric pollutant. However,
if introduced to the atmosphere, it reaction with photochemically
generated hydroxyl radical is expected to be a dominant fate process.
The half-life for this reaction is estimated to be 1.6 days. Based on
this estimated half-life, the substance is not expected to be
transported for long distances in the atmosphere.
The tin bis(2 -ethylhexanoate) substance is known to dissociate into its
2-ethylhexanoate and Sn(II) components upon introduction to water. The
2-ethylhexanoate portion of the substance has been shown to be readily
biodegradable, while the Sn(II) will speciate initially as Sn(OH)2,
and spontaneously oxidize in oxygenated water to form insoluble
inorganic solid Sn(IV)O2. Since neither of these dissociated
species posses functional groups which are susceptible to further
hydrolysis, hydrolysis of the substance is regarded as an unimportant
environmental fate process. Biodegradation will be the dominant process
affecting fate/lifetime of this substance in the environment, and the
expected rapid rate and full extent of biodegradation will prevent the
substance from persisting or accumulating in the environment.
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