Registration Dossier

Environmental fate & pathways

Endpoint summary

Administrative data

Description of key information

The substance is expected to have a very high environmental mobility. However, it is anticipated that partitioning forces with the organic carbon content of soils and sediments may not be the dominant force controlling the mobility of the test item in the environment. Strong ionic interaction with clay particles, for example, will also influence the fate of the test item in the environment.

Additional information

Adsorption/desorption:

Using KOCWIN the adsorption coefficient of the test item was estimated to be 1.41 (MCI method) and 7.53 x 10-2 (Kow method). These values indicate that the test item will have a very high environmental mobility. However, it is anticipated that partitioning forces with the organic carbon content of soils and sediments may not be the dominant force controlling the mobility of the test item in the environment. Strong ionic interaction with clay particles, for example, will also influence the fate of the test item in the environment.