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Introduction: Carbamate

Description of Carbamate

Carbamate: carbamic acid, its salts or esters; contains the general formula NH2-COO-.
Source: CRISP

Carbamate: Salts or esters of carbamic acid, H2NC(=O)OH, or of N-substituted carbamic acids: R2NC(=O)OR', (R' = hydrocarbyl or a cation). The esters are often called URETHANE or urethan, a usage that is strictly correct only for the ethyl esters. (From IUPAC [Internet]. International Union Of Pure And Applied Chemistry; c1995 [updated 2004 Jan 9; cited 2004 May 3]. Available from
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