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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 photolysis is not a relevant pathway for removal of UV-360 in soil.
Information from industry indicates that a small fraction of the group
of phenolic benzotriazoles is used in the EU in cosmetic products. The
majority of this fraction will end up in waste water and finally adsorb
at sewage sludge. As the use of this sludge is a common practice in
agricultural industry soil will be subject to indirect exposure. As
final step the sludge will be ploughed in and therefore only negligible
quantities will be available for photolytic degradation processes. This
leads to the conclusion that photolysis is not a relevant pathway for
removal of UV-360 in soil.
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