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One study, reliability 2 (Boyd SA, 1982), is available for adsorption. It was conducted on one type of soil, with batch equilibrium method, and the test substance was measured by HPLC in the aqueous phase. The resulting Koc adsorption coefficient is 55.7. Based on the criteria of the EU TGD, PMP can be considered to have a low potential of adsorption onto the tested soil.

Concerning distribution modelling, the calculation according to the fugacity model Mackay level I concluded that PMP is mainly (98%) distributed into the aquatic compartment.