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EC number: 201-070-7
CAS number: 77-93-0
Screening test for environmental fate and
pathways were conducted for triethyl citrate. Experimental results are
available for biodegradation in water (Feil, 2010) and soil (Farrell,
2000), concluding that the substance is readily biodegradable. In
consequence, no simulation test for biodegradation in water and sediment
has to be conducted (in accordance with REACH, Annex IX, Section
184.108.40.206, Column 2) as well as the determination of hydrolysis of the
substance is not necessary (in accordance with REACH, Annex VIII,
Section 220.127.116.11, Column 2).
The QSAR software BCFBAF v3.01 predicts the
BCF for the substance as 2.75 L/kg wet-wt, based on the LogPow. A BCF of
2.48 L/kg wet wt is predicted, based on mechanistic first principles
Due to the rapid biodegradation, no
monitoring data or field study results are available for triethyl
citrate. These types of experiments are also not mandatory under REACH.
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