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EC number: 202-448-4
CAS number: 95-76-1
Biodegradation tests under anaerobic conditions with
fresh-water-sediment and pond-sediment
indicate primary degradation through reductive dechlorination to
monochloroaniline (3- and
4-chloroaniline) only. The dechlorination started after 20 days of
incubation in unacclimated
sediments. Approximately 90% of the 3,4-DCA was dechlorinated within the
next 40 days. After
60 days 44% of the 3,4-DCA was present as 3-chloroaniline and 33% as
degradation of the monochloroanilines was not observed in these studies.
monochloroanilines, however, appeared to be resistant to further
dechlorination (Struijs and
Rogers, 1989). No information on mineralisation is available.
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