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EC number: 215-607-8
CAS number: 1333-82-0
are no proprietary studies investigating the Environmental Fate of the
substance, however there is an extensive array of published information
on the fate of chromium species in the environment and this information
is collated and reviewed in detail in the EU RAR document. The behaviour
of chromium species in the environment can be influenced by
environmental factors such as pH and water hardness. Irrespective of the
form that chromium is introduced into the environment, the actual
species present vary according to various reversible equilibria which
are driven according to the local conditions (e.g. pH, presence of
reducing or oxidising components).
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