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EC number: 310-290-3
CAS number: 161907-80-8
accordance with EC 1907/2006, Annex VIII, point 220.127.116.11, column 2,
hydrolysis as a function of the pH is not required since B-TTEGME is
readily biodegradable, as shown in study section 18.104.22.168.2.
contains 50% of the borated glycol ester B-TEGME and two other borated
glycol esters at quantities of 40% (B-TetraEGME) and 10% (B-PentaEGME).
All components of B-TTEGME are homologue esters. Ester bonds are cleaved
by hydrolysis. Experimental evidence for spontaneous hydrolysis of the
ester bond is available for B-TEGME. Hydrolysis
of B-TEGME as a function of the pH confirms B-TEGME is not stable in
water: B-TEGME was hydrolysed spontaneously and immediately after
contact with water pH 1.4, 4,7 and 9. This
result is considered representative for the hydrolytic behaviour of the
other two borated glycol esters of B-TTEGME, i.e., it is concluded that
B-TTEGME is hydrolysed spontaneously after contact with water at the
above pH values.
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