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EC number: 403-800-1
CAS number: 103597-45-1
EVERSORB 78; LOWILITE 36; LS.BT.620; MIXXIM BB/100; TINUVIN 360
The aquatic photolytic degradation is not considered to have relevant impact on the overall persistency of UV-360 in the aquatic environment.
Photolytic degradation of UV-360 is expected to be a relevant
degradation process only in very shallow clear waters and in the first
few centimetres of the water column, decreasing rapidly in the lower
layers of the water column, if at all. It is expected that the
environmental exposure of the substance occurs in the whole water
column. Because of the substance’s adsorption potential it will
predominantly bind to suspended organic matter and sediment which is
supposed to decrease the tendency for photolytic degradation. Therefore
aquatic photolytic degradation is not considered to have relevant impact
on the overall persistency of UV-360 in the aquatic environment.
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