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Because of the n-octanol/water distribution coefficient (log Pow) accumulation in organisms is not expected

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For the assessment of bioaccumulation the data of the 1 -octanol/water partition coefficient was used. Based on a log Kow of 0.58 Hansch & Leo (1985) and Lyman et al. (1982) calculated a BCF value of approximately 1.62.

Based on these data an accumulation of the test substance in organisms is not to be expected.