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Under environmental conditions the substance will dissociate into its ions, acetate and the ethylviolet-cation. Acetate is generally resistant to hydrolysis (Harris 1990). The ethylviolet-cation does not contain labile functional groups (Kollig et al. 1993, Boethling & Mackay 2000).