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Based on a CORAP decision, bioaccumulation for the registered substance was determined via two diffent water solubility methods: a)  individual determination of water solubility accoding to OECD 105, b)  via determination of the water solubility accoding to OECD 115 - the CMC-method. The determination of  the octanol solubility was performed in anaolgy to OECD 105. From the quotient of octanol solubility and water solubility the POW was determined. The determined values are: log POW: 3.67 with CMC method OECD 115 log POW: 2.89 with method OECD 105. Based on the CORAP decision, the log POW deviated by the CMC water solubility determination was initiated as an confirmatory test to verify the log  POW-value of the water solubility determination (OECD105).   In both cases the log POW reveals to be < 4. Therefore, the registered substance is considered to be not significantly bioaccumulative.