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EC number: 200-756-3
CAS number: 71-55-6
The results from the tables above
show that the bulk of 1,1,1-trichloroethane released into the
environment will be present in air. Values in soils and sediments are
extremely low and in the case of sediment the reviewers suggest that no
further work is required in this area.
The Mackay level 1distribution
model is a useful guide to how a specific compound will partition
between the 4 environmental compartments. the results of the model
showed that in the case of trichloroethane the bulk of the material
ended up in the air with approximately 0.25% in the aquatic environment
and less than 0.01% in soil and sediment. The conclusions of the authors
are that for practical purposes soil and sediments can be discounted as
compartments of concern in the environmental fate of 1,1,1-trichloroethane.
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