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Adsorption / desorption:

The soil adsorption partition coefficient Koc of 687 (log Koc = 2.84) was estimated for isoundecanol using a log Kow method and the measured log Kow of 4.2.

Distribution modelling:

Isoundecanol will partition largely to the soil compartment, followed by water, air, and minimally to the sediment compartment, based on all available measured data, volatilization from water and soil is expected to occur at a moderate rate.

Henry's Law Constant:

Henry's Law constant for isoundecanol is 6.99 Pa.m3/mole at 25 degrees C, indicating that volatilization from water is not expected to occur at a rapid rate, but may occur at a moderate rate.

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