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Two biodegradation tests are available (Clarke, 2010; Stillmeadow Inc., 2006). Both show that almost no biodegradation occurs after 28 days. Therefore, the test substance was not considered to be readily biodegradable. Relevant degradation products of the test substance were predicted using the EAWAG-BBD Pathway Prediction System model. All of the identified degradation products were found to be not readily biodegradable in a subsequent QSAR exercise using EPISuite models.

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