Urea (N 46%) is an organic compound with the chemical formula (NH2)2CO. Urea is also known by the International Non proprietary Name (rINN) carbamide, as established by the World Health Organization. For example, the medicinal compound hydroxyurea (old British Approved Name) is now hydroxycarbamide. Other names include carbamide resin, isourea, carbonyl diamide, and carbonyldiamine
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Urea is used as a nitrogen-release fertilizer, as it hydrolyses back to ammonia and carbon dioxide, but its most common impurity, biuret, must be present at less than 2%, as it impairs plant growth. It is also used in many multi-component solid fertilizer formulations. Its action of nitrogen release is due to the conditions favoring the reagent side of the equilibrium, which produce urea. Because of the high nitrogen concentration in urea, it is very important to achieve an even spread. The application equipment must be correctly calibrated and properly used. Drilling must not occur on contact with or close to seed, due to the risk of germination damage. Urea dissolves in water for application as a spray or through irrigation systems. We can supply urea in large quantities Genuine buyers only contact. Also we can supply NPK compound ferlizers as per customer requirements in bulk Product: UREA N-46% Grade: Agricultural Empirical Formula: H2N-CO-NH2 Product use: Fertilizer SPECIFICATIONS OF UREA: Specification: N 46% Nitrogen: 46% minimum Moisture: 0.3% max. Free Ammonia: 160 PXT PPM maximum Biuret: 1% maximum Prill: 95% max; Harmful Substances: 100% free from harmful substances Melting Point: 132 degrees Celsius Granulation: 1-4 mm; 90% minimum Colour: Pure White Odour: Odourless Boiling: Decomposes before boiling Radiation: Non radioactive; Free flowing, treated against caking Physical State: Solid @ 20°C, 101 KPA white granules Specific Gravity: Solid @ 20°C, - 1.335 t/m³ Floatability in Water:Sinks and Mixes Molecular Weight: 60.065
Single Super Phosphate
Super phosphate is a fertilizer produced by the action of concentrated sulfuric acid on powdered phosphate rock.
Ca3(PO4)2 + 2H2SO4 �¨ Ca(H2PO4)2 + 2CaSO4
Super phosphate can be created naturally in large quantities by the action of guano, or bird feces, resulting in deposits around sea bird colonies which can be mined. It is an essential plant nutrient which helps the plant to develop critical phosphatides like nucleic acids, proteins, phospholipids & co enzymes. It helps in cell division and stimulates root development. It is essential for growth of meristematic growth of seeds & fruits.