Abiotic Degradation

The fate of your substances unraveled…

Abiotic degradation of a substance is a key parameter for the assessment of chemicals, plant protection products and biocides.

…in different test systems
Substances can be exposed to different degrading agents like sunlight or water. The grade and velocity of degradation are important factors for substance assessments. Our portfolio addresses these questions by offering studies on Hydrolysis (acc. to OECD 111), Photolysis (acc. to OECD 316) and Phototransformation of chemical on soil surfaces (acc. to OECD Draft 2002).

…including analytical monitoring.
We offer in-house state-of-the-art highly sensitive accompanying chemical analytics using LC-MS/MS or LC-QTOF. With more than 30 years of experience, we can analyze a wide range of active ingredients as well as degradation products. All chemical methods are fully validated following the most recent guidelines and specifications of regulatory authorities (SANCO/3029/99 rev. 4, SANCO/3030/99 rev. 4).

You matter.
All our studies are conducted under GLP and supported by a broad range of experience in scientific work on substances like chemicals, plant protection products or biocides. We strive for complete transparency and a close communication during the course of your studies. Monthly status updates, guaranteed testing slots and real-time updates are only some examples of our customer service.

Interested? Your direct contact person:

Jens Lange
tel: +49 5066 7067-43
jens.lange@noack-lab.de

 

 

Please find detailed information about our Environmental Fate study portfolio here:

Environmental Fate