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Phototransformation in air

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Not relevant due to low vapour pressure

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No experimental data evaluating the potential for photodegradation of Glycerides,C14-18 and C16-18 unsaturated, mono-, di- and tri- (CAS No. 91052-28-7) in air are available. Since the substance is a complex UVCB, QSAR calculations using the AOPWIN v1.92 program have been performed on representative components (C14, C16, C18 saturated and C18 unsatd. fatty acids mono-, di- and triester), resulting in estimated half-lives (DT50 values) ranging from 1.5-13.4 hours (reaction with OH-radicals, 24h-day)(López Parrón, 2011). These values indicate that the substance is susceptible to undergo rapid indirect photodegradation in air. Nevertheless, this is not expected to be a relevant environmental fate process, since Glycerides,C14-18 and C16-18 unsaturated, mono-, di- and tri- is not likely to be present in the atmosphere in relevant amounts based on its estimated vapour pressure value (< 0.0001 Pa at 20 °C).