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Predicted Environmental Concentration

Similar term(s): PEC.

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The Predicted Environmental Concentration is an indication of the expected concentration of a material in the environment, taking into account the amount initially present (or added to) the environment, its distribution, and the probable methods and rates of environmental degradation and removal, either forced or natural.

Source: The Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory Chemical Safety Information - Glossary 

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