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Due to its chemical structure, diisopropylnaphthalene (DIPN) cannot be hydrolyzed.

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DIPN consists of an aromatic naphthalene nucleus substituted with two isopropyl substituents and is chemically quite unreactive. It does not contain any functional group that could be hydrolyzed. Thus it is impossible to demonstrate any hydrolysis of DIPN in a hydrolysis study.