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All modeling data was generated by using the read across to dodecanedioic acid for Corfree® M1.

According to the MacKay Level III Fugacity model predicts the bulk of Corfree® M1 (about 81%) released to the environment will partition to soil, with the balance partitioning to water. EPI Suite™ model calculations, if released to soil, Corfree® M1 diacids is predicted to partition into the organic component of soils and sediments, given an estimated soil absorption coefficient (Log Koc) value of 2.95k (EPI Suite™ v4.1). The estimated half-life for Corfree® M1 diacids in soil is approximately 17 days and is consistent with the read-across chemical (dodecanedioic acid). The estimated log Kow value is 2.95 suggesting that Corfree® M1 has a low potential to bioaccumulate (EPI Suite v4.1). The absorption potential of dodecanedioic acid to soil or sediment organic matter is expected to be very low (Blume scale).