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According to the estimated results and the interpretation from Swann (Swann et al. 1983), N-cyclohexylbenzothiazole-2-sulphenamide (CBS) has a high adsorption potential in soil/sludge with the adsorption coefficient (log Koc) of 3.3332 - 4.1254. CBS is essentially not volatile with the Henry's law constant H lower than 3.74*10-4 hPa m3/mol at ambient temperature (e. g. 21 -25°C) from aquatic media according to the criteria of Thomas (1990). The distribution calculation (Mackay level I) showed that the main target compartment for CBS is soil of 46.6 % and sediment of 47.1%, followed by water of 5.89 %.


The transport and distribution characteristics of the described metabolites of CBS are also discussed in the relevant sub-chapters.