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In a hydrolysis screening study (5 days at 50 °C; pH 4-9), the EEA ion of EEA-NH4 was found to be hydrolytically stable. No studies are available on photolysis in water or atmospheric degradation.

The degradation rate constants used in the assessment are:

Degradation for hydrolysis: 6.93E-07 d-1

Degradation for photolysis: 6.93E-07 d-1

Degradation rate in air: 0 d-1