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Measured data and QSAR estimates indicate that the test material will not persist in the environment.  Biodegradation of the test material is anticipated to proceed at a moderate rate. Volatilization losses from the water and soil compartments are likely to be similarly moderate. Results of fugacity modeling indicate that releases of the test material into the environment would likely result in partitioning of the majority of the chemical into soil, with lesser amounts in sediment and aqueous compartments and still less in the atmosphere.