Carbamic-acid



a hypothetical chemical compound, NH 3 CO 2 , known only in the form of its salts, as ammonium carbamate, or its esters, as urethan.
noun
a hypothetical compound known only in the form of carbamate salts and esters. Formula: NH2COOH

carbamic acid car·bam·ic acid (kär-bām’ĭk)
n.
A hypothetical acid that exists only in the form of its esters and salts.

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