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The half-life in air for the reaction with hydroxyl radicals was estimated to be 6.0 h with Aopwin v1.92. Atmospheric degradation is not expected to play a major role in the environment as emissions to air are not expected and volatilisation is small. Phototransformation in water and soil have not been assessed as these are not standard requirements in Annex IX of the REACH Regulation. Hydrolysis testing has been waived as the substance is readily biodegradable.