carbamic acid


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carbamic acid

[kar′bam·ik ′as·əd]
(biochemistry)
NH2COOH An amino acid known for its salts, such as urea and carbamide.
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Information collected from the IR data and resonances of two quaternary carbons at I' 153.9, 152.5 suggested carbamic acid moieties in 1 [5].
Incorporated TPU may cause interlocking between the hydrogen bonding of PLA and carbamic acid ester groups of TPU, decrease crack propagation at the phase interfaces, and slightly lower the tensile strength of nanocomposites.
A similar decrease of [T.sub.m] was also observed in [2-(alkyloxy)-phenyl]-2-(l-piperidinyl)ethyl esters of carbamic acids [20].