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N-isopropylhydroxylamine has a low octanol-water partition coefficient (Kow) and a high water solubility. If released to water at pH >=7, the compound will tend to remain in the water compartment and will be susceptible to rapid hydrolysis. Though not readily biodegradable, the compound can be considered primary, inherently biodegradable. If released to the atmosphere, the compound will react with hydroxyl radicals with a predicted half-life of 0.2 days.

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