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EC number: 618-882-6
CAS number: 928771-01-1
Based on an adsorption coefficient (Koc) of greater than 4.27x105
(determined using EU Method C.19) and results of distribution modeling
of NExBTL renewable diesel components, the test material would be
expected to show a tendency to sorb to sedimentary or soil organic
carbon. Following release to water, over 99 % of NExBTL would migrate to
sediments whereas emissions to soil and air lead to its appearance in
soil. However results from an OECD 301B CO2 evolution test,
information from the literature and modeling experiments consistently
demonstrate that in the environment it will be rapidly and readily
biodegradable. Abiotic degradation, in contrast, is not expected to be
significant. Due to its lipophilicity (Log Kow > 6.5), NExBTL renewable
diesel has some potential for bioaccumulation however this will be
reduced by its susceptibility to biodegradation.
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