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The hazard assessment is based on the data currently available. New studies with the registered substance and/or other member substances of the glycol esters category will be conducted in the future. The finalised studies will be included in the technical dossier as soon as they become available and the hazard assessment will be re-evaluated accordingly.

For further details, please refer to the category concept document attached to the category object (linked under IUCLID section 0.2) showing an overview of the strategy for all substances within the glycol esters category.

Additional information

The hazard assessment is based on the data currently available. New studies with the registered substance and/or other member substances of the glycol esters category will be conducted in the future. The finalised studies will be included in the technical dossier as soon as they become available and the hazard assessment will be re-evaluated accordingly.

For further details, please refer to the category concept document attached to the category object (linked under IUCLID section 0.2) showing an overview of the strategy for all substances within the glycol esters category.

 

Propylene dinonanoate (CAS 41395-83-9) is characterized by a low water solubility, a very low vapor pressure (1.4E-5 Pa at 20 °C, SPARC v4.6) and a high adsorption potential (log Koc: 4.31 - 5.05). Based on these physicochemical properties the substance is expected to mainly retain in the soil and sediment compartment. However, the substance is rapidly biodegradable and will be quickly eliminated in sewage treatment plants and the environment in case of release. Due to rapid biodegradation of the substance, primary degradation via hydrolysis is not considered as a main degradation process.