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No. Urine contains chemical substances.
The main difference between filtrate and urine is the chemical composition of the two. Filtrate has almost all the substance that blood plasma has except blood proteins while urine only contains waste substances.
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Urea is one of the substances in urine, and urine is in your blood stream until the kidney extract the urine from your blood.
The best thing is not to take illegal substances, then your urine will be clear.
Specific gravity is the indicator for dissolved substances in the urine.
In a male, urine and seminal fluid; in a female, only urine.
Urine and Sperm
Urine is tested for REDUCING SUBSTANCES. Glucose, fructose, etc are reducing substances. This test is non-specific. How ever, there is another test "Osazone test" that can identify the difference. In some people with uncontrolled diabetes, urine is tested for ketone bodies. Presence of ketone bodies in urine indicates that the patient is in trouble.
Well, assuming you mean a urine test for controlled substances, yes.
Plasma proteins and red blood cells are not excreted in urine because they remain in the blood when it is filtered through the kidneys and into the ureters. They are too big to be filtered. Most other substances present in blood are also present in urine since the kidneys filter out poisonous substances as well as substances that are present in excess such as salt and water.
Urine and Sweat
Proteins and sugars.
Chlorine certainly can change the results of a urine drug test. Chlorine can be a buffer to the substances in the urine.
No it will not. It doesn't have any of the substances that are looked for in a urine test
Substances in the urine turn to vapor which is picked up by your scent receptors. Certain ones such as ammonia can be disagreeable.
Your body has to get rid of URINE because its contains poisonous substances which can cause problems to your kidney.