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EC number: 947-369-2 | CAS number: -
HMDTMP acid and its salts are not hydrolytically unstable under ambient conditions.
The requirement to test the substance for hydrolysis was waived as the substance is not susceptible to hydrolytic degradation.
This is supported by read-across results for the related acid from dark and sterile controls, in which no degradation (as production of orthophosphate) was observed over a time period of 17 days under ambient conditions in water (Saeger, 1979).
Nowack (2003) remarks that degradation of amine-containing phosphonates is negligible in metal ion-free oxygenated solutions; the presence of metal ions increases the rate of degradation to approximately 1% per day. The degradation is also negligible in the absence of dissolved oxygen indicating that redox reactions play a role.
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