carbamide


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car·ba·mide

 (kär′bə-mīd′, kär-băm′ĭd)
n.
See urea.

carbamide

(ˈkɑːbəˌmaɪd)
n
(Biochemistry) another name for urea
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Noun1.carbamide - the chief solid component of mammalian urine; synthesized from ammonia and carbon dioxide and used as fertilizer and in animal feed and in plastics
organic compound - any compound of carbon and another element or a radical
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The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) has entered into a deal with UK ALE company to transport goods as part of the project to construct a carbamide plant in Sumgait city.
Fluorescent[TM] is a clear viscous gel and offered in either 16 percent or 22 percent carbamide peroxide formulas.
The complex will produce 400,000 tons of ammonia and 640,000 tons of carbamide annually.
Prescription bleaching kits contain higher levels of carbamide or hydrogen peroxide than their non-prescription counterparts.
Moreover, in accordance with the contract signed with Turkmenhimiya state concern, Mitsubishi Corporation (Japan) and Gap Insaat (Turkey) carry out the construction of the plant for carbamide production in the Garabogaz city of Balkan province.
Artificial carbamide, urea, is a cheaper alternative to other nitrogen fertilizers.
The active ingredient is usually hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide.
Out of many synthetic resins for soil stabilisation, carbamide, acrylic, urethane, furan and resorcinol-formaldehyde resins proved to be the most suitable.
4 types containing different content of nitrogen have been prepared--wood pellets spryed with such a content of carbamide that the nitrogen content in the pellets has made up: 0.
Lack of a specified method of synthesis with the use of melts of carbamide and inorganic polyacids prevents obtaining cellulose products because of the high consumption of materials as well as difficulties in the realization of the process in the melt.
Carbamide resins, most frequently urea formaldehyde and melamine formaldehyde resins, have been most widely adopted as the post-added crosslinkers.