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Henry's Law constant for DIDP is calculated as 114 Pa.m3/mole at 25 degrees C.

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DIDP vapor pressure is very low, 0.000051 Pa, which suggests very limited volatilization from the terrestrial compartment. In comparison, Henry’s Law constant for DIDP is calculated as 114 Pa-m3/mole at 25 degrees C, which indicates that volatilization from water is not expected to occur at a rapid rate, but may occur at a significant rate. DIDP can volatilize to air from aqueous environments at a significant rate, but is expected to have limited volatilization from soil.