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carbamide

[′kär·bə‚mīd]
(organic chemistry)
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The study Carbamide (CAS 57-13-6) Market Research Report 2012' presents an overview of the Carbamide market globally and regionally by contemplating and analyzing its parameters.
The esters of cellulose and inorganic polyacids were prepared by the phosphorylation in the melt of carbamide and polyphosphoric acids at temperatures in the range 145-160 [degrees] C.
Chair-side bleaching with 10% carbamide peroxide, for brownish-yellow defects should be investigated but only in older children.
The tray is filled with a gel containing hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, which lightens your teeth by allowing oxygen to get into the tooth enamel.
These consumers now look for an active bleaching ingredient, hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide.
Thei r Carbamide Power System fuel cells could offer a low-cost, easily transportable al ternat ive to f lammable hydrogen or toxic methanol.
75 million tons of granulated carbamide and 680,000 tons of ammonia per year.
Over the course of several weeks at home, the patient applies carbamide peroxide to the tray and wears it daily or nightly.
Thermodynamic assessment of carbamide use for reducing boiler NOX, CO flue gas emissions, Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management 16(3): 143-150.
The product is based on a disposable and thus hygienic mouthpiece which is pre-loaded with the whitening agent, carbamide peroxide, a statement said.
The Carbamide Power System prototype can break urea or urine from humans or animals down into water, nitrogen and CO2, and also produce electricity at the same time.