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Description of key information

Under acidic conditions the substance will be rapidly hydrolysed. Under neutral and alkaline conditions the substance will degrade slowly.

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Hydrolysis was testes in a GLP-study according to EU method C.7 (BASF 1997). It was found that the substance hydrolyses rapidly under acidic conditions with a half-life <30min at 50°C while under neutral and alkaline conditions hydrolysis rates are found to be significantly lower indicating a slow degradation in water.