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 (kär′bə-mīd′, kär-băm′ĭd)
See urea.

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(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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SOCAR Carbamide plant is the biggest project in the non-oil sector of Azerbaijan.
Among nitrogen-containing organic compounds, carbamide and its alkyl-substituted derivatives are widely used in crop farming, animal husbandry, pharmacology, and in the chemical industry.
The whitening gel is enamel safe and usually contains hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide.
In Group B (red), 22% carbamide peroxide gel (Opalescence; Ultradent Products, South Jordan, Utah, USA) was placed on the buccal surfaces of the teeth at 1mm thickness for two hours at 37AdegC and 100% humidity.
115,900 tons of nitrogen fertilizers (ammonium nitrate, carbamide), 23,500 tons phosphate fertilizers (ammophos, superphosphate, nitroammophos, diammophoska) and 1,600 tons of potash fertilizers were exported to Kyrgyzstan.
The aim of the present study was to compare the SBS of metal orthodontic brackets bonded to the enamel subjected to at-home (16% carbamide peroxide) and in-office (35% hydrogen peroxide) bleaching treatments and thermal-mechanical cycling (TMC) tests.
The most common active ingredients to whiten teeth in the United States contain carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide.' It is important to note that when carbamide peroxide decomposes or breaks down, it releases hydrogen peroxide and urea in an aqueous medium, resulting in a lesser amount of hydrogen peroxide utilized in the whitening process than when hydrogen peroxide is an active ingredient.
It uses a completely different formulation than market leaders that rely on the 6.5% carbamide peroxide formula.
Different bleaching agents were used such as sodium perborate, hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide with various concentrations.
For example, large amount of nitrogenous fertilizer has been used on farmland for agriculture development, of which carbamide is the most common type.