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Two different analytical methods are used to determine the hydrolysis rate of the substance.

With 31P-NMR spectroscopy a direct method is used to measuring the change of the integration of the ester signals.

With Ionic Liquid Chromatography an indirect method by measuring the increasing phosphate concentration is used.

With the previous results of 3,P-I\IMR spectroscopy an Ionic Liquid Chromatography the hydrolysis rate of the substance is:

Hydrolysis rate: no hydrolysis observe