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Environmental fate & pathways

Endpoint summary

Administrative data

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DAP appears to be sensitive for photolysis, but hydrolitically stable at environmental pH values. Although not readily biodegradable, DAP will degrade ultimately in a STP and also under normal environmental conditions. As a result DAP is not considered to be persistent and is also not expected to accumulate in aquatic or terrestrial organisms. Based on the relatively low logKoc (2.63) diallyl phthalate has a tendency to move through the soil easily and can be subject to leaching.

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