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Although itself not readily biodegradable, the substance has been shown to rapidly hydrolyse to N-phenylmaleamic acid (CAS No. 555-59-9) which itself predicted to be readily biodegradable (EPISUITE QSAR modelling), it is indicated that this subsequent biodegradadation proceeds via breakdown into maleic acid (CAS No.108 -31-6) and aniline (CAS No. 62-53-3) which are known to be biodegradable.

This substance has a biodegradable potential in soil. (Half-life = 720 h)

The hydrolysis product (Maleanilic acid) has also a biodegradable potential in soil (Half-Life = 720 h)