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Like isocyanates in general, the submission item rapidly hydrolyses and forms oligo- and polyureas in contact with water. Based on their low water solubility and large molecular size, the resulting structures are considered to be essentially not bioavailable. For this reason, and taken a predicted BCF of <10 for the substance into account, the submission item is assessed as being not bioaccumulative.