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EC number: 435-300-4 | CAS number: 82113-65-3
TFSIH is not considered to be inherently biodegradable.
No degradation studies are available for TFSIH. Therefore, information from the structural analog TFSILi was used to evaluate the possible degradation of TFSIH.
Justification for read-accross: TFSILi is salt of TFSIH, so the basis chemical structure is the same.
Regarding physico-chemical properties both products show the same range of data: high water solubility, log kow, low vapour presure . . .
Decomposes before boiling point
< 0.000027 Pa at 25°C
30-50 Pa at 20-30°C
> 1000 g/L
Stability of test material at room temperature
OTHER PROPERTIES (if relevant for this endpoint)
- Adsorption characteristics: low potential of adsorption based on log kow
- Toxicity to aquatic organisms: Not harmful to daphnids and algae
Finally, toxicity on aquatic organisms is the same. Both products are not harmful to daphnids and algae.
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