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Biodegradation in soil

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Degradation of 14C labeled di-isopropanolamine in soil was investigated using a batch system by measuring CO2 evolution. At a concentration of 10 – 1000 ppm the substance had a half-life of 10 – 27 days in soil (West RJ, 1995).