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Environmental fate & pathways

Endpoint summary

Administrative data

Description of key information


Strong adsorption to organic matter, Koc >> 427,000 and Log Koc >> 5.63 at 30 °C (OECD 121 and EU Method C.19).

Henry’s Law constant

Calculated as > 2.1 Pa·m³/moL

Distribution modelling

Water insolubility, ready biodegradation and strong adsorption, mean no relevant concentrations in any compartment can be expected and due to the assumed rapid dissipation only short time for equilibration seems likely. Therefore, the above cited modelling results are of little value for the assessment.

Additional information

The submission item is expected to adsorb strongly to organic matter and therefore to soils, sludges and sediments. Due to the low Henry constant and the water insolubility leaching to groundwater seems negligible according to the indicators proposed by Cohen et al (1984). As the submission item is readily biodegradable it can be expected that any transport or distribution process is irrelevant due to its rapid disappearance.

  • Cohen SZ, Creeger SM, Carsell RF, Enfield CG (1984). Potential pesticide contamination of groundwater from agricultural uses. In: Treatment and disposal of pesticide wastes. Krueger RF & Sieber JN eds. ACS Symp Ser 259:297325.