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Why urea is called carbamine?

Carb-amine, using general chemistry nomenclature, is only just a very general term used to describe compounds that contain atoms of carbon and nitrogen [amine]. Each urea mole (MORE)

Does Urea contain nitrogen?

Yes, Urea does contain Nitrogen (N). Two Nitrogen atoms are covalently bonded to the molecule (as amines) which is just under half of urea's total mass (urea is 47% Nitrogen b (MORE)
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How you control urea?

please give me some knowledge about what is urea and how i am save .and urea .in which food
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Is urea a strong base?

Urea is a weak base. Strong bases dissociate completely when immersed in water. Urea does not. However, it is quite toxic and should be handled with care.
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What is urea and how is it formed?

Previous INCORRECT answer:   "Urea is a form of protein produced by the kidneys."   There are 2 things wrong with this statement.   #1 - Not a protein. #2 - Not produ (MORE)
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How urea is organic?

The formula of urea is CO(NH2)2. It is  organic because the formula contains a carbon atom. The only  compounds that contain carbon and are not considered organic are  carb (MORE)