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Such natural readily-biodegradable criteria embody terms such as the percentage of agent biodegraded within a certain time (typically 10 days) after the initiation period has ended. In general, definitions are based upon C 0 released, dissolved organic carbon, oxygen uptake, respirometry, etc. Typical criteria are exemplified in Table 1. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2005. 24 This realisation that environmental biodégradation is dependent upon commonly occurring bacteria has led to naturally-occurring entities such as amino-acids and sugars being included in the formulae of industrial ligands and also the careful selection of agents such that their degradation products are of the naturally occurring chiral isomer; these are more easily accepted into the host environment.

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