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This information will be updated later based on ECHA decision number CCH-D-2114382075-49-01.

Information on the hydrolysis half-life of zinc bis(dibenzyldithiocarbamate) will be submitted later based on ECHA decision number CCH-D-2114382075-49-01

No tests are available for photodegradation in air and photolysis in water.

Zinc bis(dibenzyldithiocarbamate) is not readily biodegradable under aerobic conditions. No simulation tests are available.

The degradation rate constants at environmental temperature used in the assessment are:


Degradation rate for hydrolysis

To be determined

Degradation rate for photolysis

6.93E-07 d-1

Degradation rate in air

0 d-1

Degradation in STP

0 d-1

Biodegradation in water

0 d-1

Biodegradation in sediment

6.93E-07 d-1

Biodegradation in soil

6.93E-07 d-1