carbamic acid


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car·bam·ic ac·id

(kar-bam'ik as'id),
A hypothetical acid, NH2-COOH, forming carbamates; the acyl radical is carbamoyl.

carbamic acid

/car·bam·ic ac·id/ (kahr-bam´ik) NH2COOH, a compound existing only in the form of salts or esters (carbamates), amides (carbamides), and other derivatives.

carbamic acid

(kär-băm′ĭk)
n.
A hypothetical acid, NH2COOH, that exists only in the form of its esters and salts.

car·bam·ic ac·id

(kahr-bam'ik as'id)
A hypothetical acid, NH2-COOH, forming carbamates; the acyl radical is carbamoyl.