tricarbimide
Cyanuric acid Cyanuric acid (Chem.), an organic acid, {C3O3N3H3}, first obtained by heating uric acid or urea, and called {pyrouric acid}; afterwards obtained from {isocyanic acid}. It is a white crystalline substance, odorless and almost tasteless; -- called also {tricarbimide}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Tricarbimide — Tri*car bi*mide, n. [Pref. tri + carbimide.] (Chem.) See under {Cyanuric}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • C3O3N3H3 — Cyanuric acid Cyanuric acid (Chem.), an organic acid, {C3O3N3H3}, first obtained by heating uric acid or urea, and called {pyrouric acid}; afterwards obtained from {isocyanic acid}. It is a white crystalline substance, odorless and almost… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cyanuric acid — (Chem.), an organic acid, {C3O3N3H3}, first obtained by heating uric acid or urea, and called {pyrouric acid}; afterwards obtained from {isocyanic acid}. It is a white crystalline substance, odorless and almost tasteless; called also… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pyrouric acid — Cyanuric acid Cyanuric acid (Chem.), an organic acid, {C3O3N3H3}, first obtained by heating uric acid or urea, and called {pyrouric acid}; afterwards obtained from {isocyanic acid}. It is a white crystalline substance, odorless and almost… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cyanuric acid — Cyanuric acid …   Wikipedia

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