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The test substance partly dissociates in the presence of water. Due to the structural properties, hydrolysis of the remaining molecule part is not expected.

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The test substance is a salt whose sodium and chlorine atoms dissociate in presence of water to Na+ and Cl- from the remaining molecule under environmentally relevant conditions (pH 5 to 9). According to Kollig et al. (1993), Boethling & Mackay (2000) and Harris (1990) the other part of the molecule does not contain any functional groups sensitive to hydrolysis. Therefore, a study on the hydrolysis behavior of the test substance is not considered necessary.

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