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Environmental fate & pathways

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DINP has the potential to photodegrade in air at a relatively rapid rate (5.5 hour half-life based on a 12-hour day). However, it is not expected to partition to the air to a great extent where this process could significantly influence its fate. Therefore, abiotic degradation processes including hydrolysis and phototransformation in water will not significantly contribute to the removal of DINP from the environment.