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Stability: thermal, sunlight, metals

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The study (Wyeth, 1991) fell into thermal reaction in solid state, Fluorescent Photodegradation in solid state and UV Photodegradation in solid state.
When the test substance was stored at 120℃ for 20 weeks, approximately 15% degradation occurred.
Solid state degradation studies of the test substance showed that it to be stable under 500 foot-candles of fluorescent light at 25℃.
When the test substance was exposed to 35 watts of UV light centered at 254 nm, a loss in potency of approximately 15% after 11 days was observed.

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The study (Wyeth, 1991) fell into thermal reaction in solid state, Fluorescent Photodegradation in solid state and UV Photodegradation in solid state.

When the test substance was stored at 120℃ for 20 weeks, approximately 15% degradation occurred.

Solid state degradation studies of the test substance showed that it to be stable under 500 foot-candles of fluorescent light at 25℃. When the test substance was exposed to 35 watts of UV light centered at 254 nm, a loss in potency of approximately 15% after 11 days was observed.

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