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EC number: 405-820-6
CAS number: 30025-38-8
Modelling using the standard default patterns to show sensitivity of
compartmental emissions to eventual fate:
Emission to air (kg/hr)
Emission to water (kg/hr)
Emission to soil (kg/hr
Air concentration (ng/m3)
Water concentration (ug/l)
Sediment concentration (ug/kg)
Soil concentration (ug/kg)
Based on realistic tonnage (assuming 2500tpa emitted, 50% to air, 40% to
water, 10% to air):
Mackay fugacity modelling (level 3) indicates that, taking into account
degradation and using model inflow parameters all compartments
concentrations in the water and sediment compartments are very
insensitive to the compartment into which discharges are made..
Discharges to water do not migrate significantly to either the air or
soil compartments. Based on worse case assumptions for both emissions
and concentrations of use within a region, concentrations of dipropylene
glycol ethyl ether in soil and sediment will be less than 1ug/kg and
less than 20ug/l in water. Air concentrations are predicted to be
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