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EC number: 204-427-5
CAS number: 120-80-9
During a 48-hour
Daphnia magna study (Seeland-Fremer
et al., 2014) a significant decrease in the test concentration was found
after 24 hours of exposure. The decrease in concentration could be
caused by oxidation of catechol. This show that the substance is not
stable in an aquatic environment.
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