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EC number: 701-241-0
CAS number: -
Reaction Products of C3 alcohols and C3 alkenes obtained as by-products
from the manufacture of propan-2-ol by hydration of propylene isnot
readily biodegradable. However, based on a screening assessment none of
the substance constituents are considered to be persistent.
Although the whole substance data available for the substance shows that
it cannot be considered to be readily biodegradable, a QSAR screening
assessment conducted for individual constituents (using BIOWIN and
BIOHCWIN models) indicates that none of the substance constituents are
likely to be persistent.
Based on the BIOWIN predictions, none of the constituents meet the
persistent criteria. Diisopropylether and 1-isopropoxypropane have
BIOWIN 2 predictions <0.5, and diisopropylether also has a BIOWIN 6
prediction <0.5, but the BIOWIN 3 predictions for both constituents are
>2.25 (and >2.75), therefore the constituents are not persistent. Some
of the constituents, including 2,3-dimethylbutane and some of the C9
constituents, have BIOWIN 6 predictions <0.5, but these constituents
also have BIOWIN 3 predictions >2.25 (and >2.75) and are not persistent.
For the constituents for which BIOHCWIN is relevant, only cyclohexane
has a half-life >40 days (55.38 days), but the BIOWIN predictions for
this constituent indicate that it would not be persistent.
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