Urea

CAS Number 57-13-6
Molecular Formula CH4N2O
Molecular Weight 60.056 g/mol
InChI Key XSQUKJJJFZCRTK-UHFFFAOYSA-N
LogP -2.11
Synonyms
  • Urea
  • 57-13-6
  • Amide of carbonic acid
  • Aquacare
  • Aquadrate
  • Basodexan
  • CARBAMIDE
  • Carbamimidic acid
  • Carbonyl diamide
  • Elaqua XX
  • Eucerin 10% Urea Lotion
  • Harnstoff
  • Isourea
  • Keratinamin
  • Keratinamin Kowa
  • NSC 34375
  • Nutraplus
  • Onychomal
  • Optigen 1200
  • Pastaron
  • Pastaron 10
  • Pastaron 20
  • Pastaron 20 soft
  • Pastaron soft
  • Pseudourea
  • Rubinol ST 010
  • Urea perhydrate
  • Urea, potassium salt
  • Ureaphil
  • Ureophil
  • Urepeal
  • Urepeal L
  • Urepearl
  • Urevert
  • Uroderm
  • Varioform II
  • Aqua Care HP
  • Caswell No. 902
  • EINECS 200-315-5
  • EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 085702
  • NCI-C02119
  • Prespersion, 75 urea
  • Supercel 3000
  • Ultra Mide
  • Ureacin-40 Creme
  • Ureacin-10 lotion
  • Sterile urea
  • UNII-8W8T17847W
  • Antisepsis bolus
  • ARF
  • Alphadrate
  • B-I-k
  • Bromisovalum
  • Bubber shet
  • Calmurid
  • Calmurid HC
  • Carbaderm
  • Carbamide resin
  • Carbonyl diamine
  • Carbonyldiamine
  • Carmol
  • E927b
  • H2NC(O)NH2
  • Helicosol
  • Hyanit
  • Karbamid
  • Mocovina
  • Panafil
  • URE
  • beta-I-k
  • carbonyldiamide
  • ur
  • uree
  • 118548-06-4
  • 1202865-46-0
  • 1228376-38-2
  • 30535-50-3
  • 860639-56-1

Applications:


HILIC Retention of Polar Compounds on Primesep S


Three neutral polar compounds (urea, thiourea, and xanthine) are separated on a Primesep S HILIC cation-exchange column with LC/MS compatible mobile phase. The retention time is controlled by the amount of acetonitrile in the mobile phase.



Application Analytes:

Thiourea
Urea
Xanthine

HPLC Method for Separation of Urea and Hydrogen Peroxide



Urea and carbamide are separated by HILIC HPLC on Primesep N column. Both compounds can be monitored at low UV - 200 nm. Method can be used for determination and quantitation of hydrogen peroxide and urea in various matrices.



Application Analytes:

Carbamide
Hydrogen Peroxide
Urea