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Table 5.1 Summary of data on environmental fate and pathways

Endpoint

Year test completed

Protocol cited

Results

Reliability

Study reference

Phototransformation in air

-

-

 

(QSAR)

The rate constant for reaction with hydroxyl radicals is estimated to be equivalent to an atmospheric half-life of 5.0 hours.

(2) valid with restrictions

US EPA, 2008

Hydrolysis

2002

92/69/EEC C7

No hydrolysis was detected

(1) reliable without restriction

Groult R, 2002

Biodegradation (ready)

1994

Modified Sturm test

5% degradation after 28 days: not readily biodegradable

(2) valid with restrictions

Sewell IG et al, 1994

Biodegradation (inherent)

1996

Modified MITI inherent test

37% degradation after 28 days: not inherently biodegradable, although some susceptibility to degradation was demonstrated.

(2) valid with restrictions

Mead C & Handley JW, 1996

Stability in soil

 -  -

No data

 -