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Environmental fate & pathways

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According to the weight of evidence approach for the biodegradation endpoint (OECD Guidelines 301B, 301F and 301C), the registered substance is classified as not readily biodegradable within 28 days. However, under the extended study period of 60 days (OECD 301F), a biodegradation of min 70% was reached. This indicated that the registered substance is inherently and ultimately biodegradable. In addition, according to the HPLC measurement at 28 days in the OECD 301C test, almost all the substance (98%) disappear to form two transformation products. Therefore, the registered substance can be considered to be non-persistent in the environment.

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