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Phototransformation in water

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According to Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 phototransformation in water is not mandatory for inorganic substances like aluminium dihydrogen triphosphate. Grzybowski and Szydłowski (2013) addressed that sodium triphosphate (also known as sodium triphosphate) can be photodegraded to orthophosphate. However, as inorganic aluminium species are not transformed by photo-oxidising under normal environmental conditions, photodegradation is not a not significant abiotic degradation process for aluminium dihydrogen triphosphate.


Grzybowski W., Szydłowski,J. (2013), Photodegradation of Detergent Phosphorus in Aquatic Environment. Water, Air and Soil Pollution224.2 (Feb 2013): 1-5.