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

(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.
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DBE, whereas, the remaining two DBE could be attributed to two carbamic acid moieties, which were further substantiated due to HMBC correlation (Figure 2) of the two amine protons (I' 9.50 and 8.49) with the most downfield carbons at I' 153.9 and 152.5 respectively.
Because the molecular ions of N-alkylated carbamic acids are stable during GC-MS analysis, the M/M+1 and F/F+1 peak ratios can be easily measured by this technique.
Rewriting this slightly differently we can see how cleavage of the oxygen to the first [CH.sub.2] group and association of one hydrogen on the second [CH.sub.2] group would lead to the carbamic acid and an olefin (figure 7).