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As no experimental data were available, the Log Koc and Henry,s law constant were estimated with EPI-suite 4.1 (KOCWIN v2.00 and EPI-Suite 4.1 HENRYWIN v3.20).

Based on KOCWIN (MCI method), the soil adsorption coefficient was estimated to be 954.8 (log KOC = 2.98). This indicates that the substance has a low mobility potential in soil and sediment according to the classification scheme of McCall et al. (1981).

The Henrys Law Constant showed that Oxybenzone has a low volatility under environmental conditions (1.52E-3 Pa-m³/mole).