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EC number: 427-430-5 | CAS number: 54301-26-7
Abiotic degradation of LIPACIDE UG pH dependent hydrolysis Preliminary assay
In compliance with EEC Directive 92/69 - Method C7 (1992)
The objective of the study was to define the degradation of the test item during a pH dependent hydrolysis.
The results of the abiotic degradation are summarized as following: At pH 5, 7 and 9, LIPACIDE UG was practically not hydrolyzed after 5 days.
As in all cases less than 10% hydrolysis of LIPACIDE UG occurs after 5 days, the study was stopped.
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