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Environmental fate & pathways

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Although the substance has been shown to be hydrolytically stable in the environment, it has been shown to undergo rapid degradation in the soil (70.7% mineralization in 28 days), and is also expected to degrade rapidly in sediments and surface water. The substance has been shown to partition strongly to soils, sediment and activated sludge; bioaccumulation in aquatic species is unlikely to be of concern.