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carbamide

[′kär·bə‚mīd]
(organic chemistry)
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Production (of ammonia) at the plant will be launched in August, and it is planned to start producing carbamide in October," the message said.
Both the above mentioned studies used nano filled composites, 35-36% carbamide peroxide and 35-38% hydrogen peroxide as bleaching agents.
He noted that the plant will produce 650,000-660,000 tonnes of carbamide per year.
Hydrocarbonate ions, produced during hydrolysis of carbamide, bond with Lewis and Bronsted active sites on surface of metals oxyhydroxides.
Generally hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide are practiced to lighten the dark teeth, and to treat the cases of mottled enamel, dental flourosis, tetracycline stained teeth as well as for other external and internal stains7,8.
Bleaching agent used were Carbamide peroxide 10% {Opalescence} and Carbamide peroxide 21% (d-tech) (4)
Application of bioactive glass or n-HAP in conjunction with carbamide peroxide bleaching has been investigated in very few recent studies [7, 21].
The complex will produce 400,000 tons of ammonia and 640,000 tons of carbamide annually.
The effects of seven carbamide peroxide bleaching agents on enamel microhardness over time.
carbamide, is water soluble, the samples of chipped wood have been rinsed with running water and dried to the initial moisture.
Out of many synthetic resins for soil stabilisation, carbamide, acrylic, urethane, furan and resorcinol-formaldehyde resins proved to be the most suitable.
19) In the case of whitening, this mechanism is not properly regulated due to an excessive increase in the production of reactive oxygen species as a result of using carbamide peroxide or hydrogen and sodium perborate.