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EC number: 203-710-0
CAS number: 109-83-1
In the context of phototransformation in air
of N-Methylethanolamine no experimental data are available. An AOPWIN
v1.92 (EPI Suite v4.11) calculation was performed to predict the
half-life in air. This estimation indicates a rapid degradation of the
substance when potentially entering the atmosphere. It is not expected
that N-Methylethanolamine will accumulate in the air or be transported
in the gaseous phase over long distances. Hence, air will not be an
environmental compartment of concern for the compound.
For phototransformation in water as well as
in soil no information are available. These types of phototransformation
are not expected to significantly contribute to the fate of
N-Methylethanolamine in the environment studies would be scientifically
N-Methylethanolamine is not expected to
undergo hydrolysis under environmental conditions. The substance lacks
functional groups where this process would be relevant.
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