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EC number: 202-597-5
CAS number: 97-63-2
EMA is readily biodegradable, further testing is not necessary. Overall, it is concluded that EMA is rapidly biodegradable in sediments.
There are no data available for EMA or any other substances in the
category of lower methacrylates.
Using the TGD defaults and applying a factor of 10 to the
biodegradation rates in soil, this leads to a half-life [DT50] of 300
d (rate constant k = 0.0023 d-1at
22/25 °C) for sediments for EMA. Sediment is therefore not a
target compartment (see 4.2). Overall it is concluded that EMA is
rapidly biodegradable in sediments.
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