Urea fertilizer 46%-Granular
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|Physical & chemical Property||Actual|
|Biuret (wt%) MAX||1.0(max)|
|Water (wt%) MAX||0.5 (max)|
|Formaldehyde (wt%) MAX||0.6|
|Total nitrogen (wt%)||46.1(min)|
|Total nitrogen (min wt%)||46|
|Bulk density (g / lit)||0.73 – 0.77|
|Physical state||White granules solid|
|Size distribution||2-4mm 90%wt (Min)|
|Crushing strength (kg / granule)||3.0 kg min On 3.15 mm dia. Granule size|
What is Urea?
Urea fertilizer 46% or carbamide is an organic compound with the chemical formula (NH2)2CO. The molecule has two amine (- NH2) residues combined by a carbonyl (- CO -) functional group.
Urea has the crucial role in the metabolism of nitrogen – including compounds by animals and is the main nitrogen – containing substance in the urine of mammals. Being solid, colorless, odorless, neither acidic nor alkaline, highly soluble in water, and relatively non-toxic,normally, Urea is sutible for using in fertilizers as a convenient source of nitrogen. One of the most important raw material for the chemical industry is Urea. The synthesis of this organic compound by Friedrich Wöhler in 1828 from an inorganic precursor was an important milestone in the development of chemistry.
The terms Urea and carbamide are also used for a class of chemical compounds sharing the same functional group RR’NCO–NRR’, namely a carbonyl group attached to two organic amine residues. For example, it would be including, carbamide peroxide, allantoin, and hydantoin. Urea is related to biurets and in structure to amides, carbamates, diimides, carbodiimides, also for thiocarbamides.
leading nitrogen fertilizer worldwide is Urea (NH2CONH2). This property of this solid is stable, colorless, and odorless at room temperature and It melts at 135°C. Moreover, it is highly water soluble and will slowly hydrolyze in the presence of water to gain ammonium carbamate, which slowly decomposes into ammonia and carbon dioxide.