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What is Melamine?

Melamine is an organic base and a trimer of cyanamide, with a 1,3,5-triazine skeleton and used in a variety of industrial applications including the production of resins and foams, cleaning products, fertilizers and pesticides. More details info about Melamine, click here!

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What are the general used of Melamine?

Melamineis combined with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin, a very durable thermosetting plastic used in Formica, and melamine foam, a polymeric cleaning product. The end products include countertops, dry erase boards, fabrics, glues, housewares, dinnerware, cooking spoons, guitar saddles, guitar nuts, and flame retardants. Melamine is one of the major components in Pigment Yellow 150,

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How Melamine is produced?

Today most industrial manufacturers use urea in the following reaction to produce melamine: 6 (NH2)2CO → C3H6N6 + 6 NH3 + 3 CO2 It can be understood as two steps. First, urea decomposes into cyanic acid and ammonia in an endothermic reaction: (NH2)2CO → HCNO + NH3 Then, cyanic acid polymerizes to form melamine and

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