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Sulfamic acid is an inorganic substance, which is stable in the environment. Although it can be hydrolysed to NH4HSO4 ultimately in the environment, the half-life is very long. Therefore, the hydrolysis at ambient temperature can be considered negligible. Considering the structure of the sulfamic acid, it is also not likely to be photolyzed in the environment.

In conclusion, sulfamic acid can be considered stable towards abiotic degradation.