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Urea phosphate will dissociate into phosphoric acid and urea in aqueous environment. Phosphoric acid is extremely soluble in water, a simple inorganic salt with such high aqueous solubility will exist in a dissociated form in an aqueous solution. Such a substance has a low potential for bioaccumulation. Urea is also very soluble in water, has a low log Kow and is utilised by fish species as a nutrient and is excreted by some species as a product of protein catabolism.

Therefore, bioaccumulation is not predicted for urea phosphate.