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EC number: 242-056-0
CAS number: 18171-19-2
No data are available for phototransformation in water. This is not
expected to be a significant removal process for the parent substance or
the silanol hydrolysis product.
Experiments carried out for dimethylsilanediol indicate that water
soluble small molecule silanols may undergo aqueous photolytic oxidative
demethylation with tropospheric ultraviolet radiation in the presence of
suitable chromophores, such as nitrogen oxides, to give silicic acid and
carbon dioxide (Buch et al., 1984).
Whilst such degradation is possible for the silanol hydrolysis product
of the registration substance, it is not taken into account in the
Buch RR, Lane TH, Annelin RB, Frye CL (1984). Photolytic Oxidative
Demethylation of Aqueous Dimethylsiloxanols, Environmental Toxicology
and Chemistry, Vol 3, pp 215-222.
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