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The potential for bioaccumulation of Alkenes, C11-14, hydroformylation products, distn. residues, reaction products with maleic anhydride and sodium bisulfite, sodium salts has been investigated through the two main components : Alkenes, C11-14, hydroformylation products, distn. residues, sulfosuccinated, sodium salt and Alkenes, C11-14, hydroformylation products, distn. residues, maleated, sodium salt having as R alcohols C36, ether-alcohol C25 and 2-alkyl branched alcohol C25.
The results of the calculation based on BCFBAF v3.01, Estimation Programs Interface Suite™ for Microsoft® Windows v 4.10. US EPA shows that BCF of the test item is lower than 22.59 L/Kg.

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The potential for bioaccumulation of Alkenes, C11-14, hydroformylation products, distn. residues, reaction products with maleic anhydride and sodium bisulfite, sodium salts has been investigated through the two main components : Alkenes, C11-14, hydroformylation products, distn. residues, sulfosuccinated, sodium salt and Alkenes, C11-14, hydroformylation products, distn. residues, maleated, sodium salt having as R alcohols C36, ether-alcohol C25 and 2-alkyl branched alcohol C25.

1‐sodium 4‐(2‐undecyltetradecyl) 2‐(sodiooxysulfonyl)butanedioate

EPISuite v4.1/BCFBAFv3.01: Using the Arnot-Gobas method including biotransformation rates the BCF for the upper trophic level was estimated at 12.6 (log BCF = 1.1)

2‐undecyltetradecyl (2Z)‐4‐hydroxy‐5‐(sodiooxy)pent‐2‐enoate

EPISuite v4.1/BCFBAFv3.01: Using the Arnot-Gobas method including biotransformation rates the BCF for the upper trophic level was estimated at 22.59 (log BCF = 1.354)

4‐(3‐hydroxy‐2‐nonyl‐1‐oxo‐4‐undecylhexadecan‐5 yl) 1‐sodium 2‐(sodiooxysulfonyl)butanedioate

EPISuite v4.1/BCFBAFv3.01: Using the Arnot-Gobas method including biotransformation rates the BCF for the upper trophic level was estimated at

12.6 (log BCF = 1.1)

1‐(3‐hydroxy‐2‐nonyl‐1‐oxo‐4‐undecylhexadecan‐5‐yl) 4‐sodium (2Z)‐but‐2‐enedioate

EPISuite v4.1/BCFBAFv3.01: Using the Arnot-Gobas method including biotransformation rates the BCF for the upper trophic level was estimated at

12.6 (log BCF = 1.1)

4‐(6‐{[(2‐methyltridecyl)oxy]methyl}decyl) 1‐sodium 2‐(sodiooxysulfonyl)butanedioate

EPISuite v4.1/BCFBAFv3.01: Using the Arnot-Gobas method including biotransformation rates the BCF for the upper trophic level was estimated at

12.6 (log BCF = 1.1)

6‐{[(2‐methyltridecyl)oxy]methyl}decyl (2Z)‐4‐oxo‐5‐(sodiooxy)pent‐2‐enoate

EPISuite v4.1/BCFBAFv3.01: Using the Arnot-Gobas method including biotransformation rates the BCF for the upper trophic level was estimated at 19.87 (log BCF = 1.298)

BCF values are in the range of 12.6 - 22.59 (Arnot-Gobas-method). Considering mitigating factors like water solubility and molecular size, there is low potential for bioaccumulation. In addition, due to the low water solubility exposure of aquatic organisms to significant amounts is unlikely. Therefore, unacceptable risks due to possible bioaccumulation are not expected.

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