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EC number: 229-722-6
CAS number: 6683-19-8
and biotic degradation
data on hydrolysis is available. However, the substance has ester bonds
which might slowly hydrolyse.
to the experimental results on the biodegradability the substance is not
readily biodegradable but can be partially eliminated in a sewage
treatment plant. The prediction from Catalogic supports this results
with a BOD of 2%. The predicted primary half-life of the substance was
6.03 days and the ultimate half-life 2y 11m 11d. It is assumed that the
parent compound undergoes a certain degree of primary degradation, i.e.
primarily ester hydrolysis resulting in the formation of
benzenepropanoic acid (metilox acid, CAS 20170 -32 -5) as major
degradation product. Further degradation products were identified with
on the available experimental and modelled data it cannot be confirmed
whether the parent compound fulfills the persistence criteria or not,
but as a worst case it is assumed that it is persistent in the
environment with half lives in fresh water >40d. This assumption seems
reasonable regarding the high molecular weight of the compound and the
resulting limitations due to mass-transfer. It
can be assumed that the relevant degradation products (quantity >0.1%
mol/mol parent and logKow>=4) are not readily biodegradable and fulfill
the criteria for persistence according to REACH Annex XIII as worst case.
a weight of evidence approach considering molecular weight, molecular
size, log Pow and QSAR data the bioaccumulation potential of the
substance was assessed. Taking
these data into account CAS 6683-19-5 cannot be regarded as
bioaccumulative. Its BCF value is assumed to be clearly below 2000.
data on the relevant degradation products (quantity >0.1% mol/mol parent
and logKow>=4) determined with Catalogic, show that these degradation
products have a low bioaccumulation potential and are not considered to
be bioaccumulative or very bioaccumulative.
Adsorption to the soil and sediment phase is
expected. Distribution to air and water compartments is not probable due
to the low volatility and low water solubility.
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