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Environmental fate & pathways

Endpoint summary

Administrative data

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Additional information

This substance has no hydrolysable structural features and would be expected to be stable in water. Oxidation would not be expected under normal environmental conditions.

A half-life of 11.9 h for photodegradation by hydroxyl radicals in the air is estimated using an established method.

This substance, and its structural analogues in the C6 -24 Aliphatic Alcohols category, are readily biodegradable and there is consistent evidence of very rapid biotransformation in aquatic and terrestrial substrates.

In view of the ready biodegradability, no further information on abiotic removal processes is necessary.