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EC number: 203-865-4
CAS number: 111-40-0
Despite its moderate/ high vapor pressure (21.3 Pa at 20 °C),
diethylenetriamine is expected to be essentially non-volatile from water
due to its miscibility in water and occurrence as a cationic
(multi-protonated) species under pH conditions occurring in the
environment. The Substance exhibits a high affinity for adsorption to
soil and sediment, despite these hydrophilic properties, due to
participation in cation exchange interactions with soil minerals (i.e.,
clay). Collectively, these properties of diethylenetriamine will result
in low potential for inter-media transport in the environment.
Atmospheric emissions will be readily deposited to soil and surface
waters by both wet-a nd dry deposition processes. Conversely, emissions
to soil or water will neither result in volatilization to air, nor
significant exchange between soil and water, due to high water
solubility and high affinity for soil/sediment.
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