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Adsorption / desorption

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Many valid studies (key and supporting studies) are available dealing with the soil and sediment sorption of acetophenone. Various soils and sediments were tested. According to the available and reliable data obtained via guideline studies, the soil sorption coefficient Koc of acetophenone was determined to be in the range between 9 and 95. According to the classification of Blume & Ahlsdorf (1993), acetophenone can be regarded as a substance with very low to low  binding strength to organic matter of soil and sediments.

Key value for chemical safety assessment

Koc at 20 °C:

Additional information

Results of studies conducted according or similar to OECD Guidelines 106 (batch equilibrium method) and 121 (HPLC method) are available and are regarded as valid.