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EC number: 272-702-7
CAS number: 68909-34-2
accordance with column 2 of REACH Annex IX, the study for biodegradation
in water and sediment does not need to be conducted since the substance
is readily biodegradable.
the study of Van Vlaardingen and Van Beelen (1994) serves as supportive
study, not following a specific guideline, was ranked “reliable 3” since
control was not added and exact sampling time points and pH of the
treatments are uncertain. Anaerobic
mineralization of acetate in two river Rhine sediments was investigated
at 20 °C in sealed bottles and showed a rapid, first order kinetic with
DT50 values of ~ 0.5 h (< 2% 14C-acetate left at the test end, total
recovery of radioactivity was 90%).
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