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Phototransformation in air

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The atmospheric oxidation potential (AOP) predicted from the Epiwin program indicates that cyanuric chloride is not photolytically reactive (degradation half-life of > 15 year).

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The atmospheric oxidation potential (AOP) predicted from the Epiwin program indicates that cyanuric chloride is not photolytically reactive (degradation half-life of > 15 year).

Additionally, using SAR computer software calculations of the half time of cyanuric chloride in the troposphere during the reaction mit hydroxyl radicals were performed. The half time was estimated to be approximately 12 years (4417 days).