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Bioaccumulation is not predicted.

Indeed Uronium hydrogen sulphate readily degrades to urea and sulfuric acid and/or sulfate ions in the environment:

-         Urea has a log octanol water partition coefficient less than 3 (ca -1.56) and is not likely to undergo bioaccumulation ;

-         Sulfates dissociate into the cation (e.g. Ca2+) and sulfate SO42-ions at environmental pH. These are essential to all living organisms (flora and fauna) and their intracellular and extra-cellular concentrations are actively regulated. Bioaccumulation is thus not expected.