Development of Product Quality from Urea using Methyl Acetate
This idea is about the mixing the ammoniac with carbon dioxide chemical matters in proximity methyl acetate chemical matter when ammonium carbonate obtain under combination ammoniac with carbon dioxide. in this plane, ammoniac and carbon dioxide must to enter in methyl acetate chemical matter and absorb it and combined it so that they could absorb each other and combined to each other they could produced ammonium carbonate. This work is done by analyzing of methyl acetate matter and matter obtain from the place (in proximity and combining with it). this project if will not be usefulling in the first phase please use from the second phase when to the under following : In this idea we could use combining the chemical matter methyl acetate in proximity ammoniac and carbon dioxide under 200 0C and 200 atmosphere pressure. It could provided this matter as unique against same sample in market. (note = the urea chemical matter (product) obtain under combination ammoniac and carbon dioxide in 200 0C and 200 atmosphere pressure. In this plan , ammoniac and carbon dioxide must to enter in methyl acetate chemical matter and absorb it and combined it so that they could absorb each other and combined to each other under 200 atmosphere pressure and 200 0C. then they could produced urea. This work is done by analyzing of methyl acetate chemical matter and matter obtain from the place (in proximity and combining with it.
Sector: Chemicals
Country: Islamic Republic of Iran
Area of Application: That the chemical matter (chemical product) has included one of the following parameters from the point of view of chemical nature or usings : - According to this idea , the produced chemical matter has the new application in addition to the applications of the present chemical sample in the market that it is because of making the fundamental changes and subsequent to promotion the quality and quantity level of chemical and physical properties of the present sample in the market. Even it is supposed that in some applications which the produced chemical matter is inherited to the present sample of chemical matter in the market ; also there are changes , that is , some of applications are deleted or the other applications added , because the produced chemical matter is the edition version of the present same sample in market or it has the fundamental changes from the present sample - the product (chemical matter) that made from this project also is produced from analyzing of a certain chemical matter and also a different chemical method (different chemical process) that exists in market. a chemical product that produced from this project , have four following parameters which makes it unique against other available methods in market : 1. economic explanation 2. economic importance 3. executive necessity 4. cost-effective. resulted product of this method is a new and unknown chemical matter with unique using in chemical industry and it is a new method to produce a certain kind of chemical matter that is used in chemical industry. It is unique method rather than similar methods because of the following four parameters : 1. economic explanation 2. economic importance 3. executive necessity 4. cost-effective. The samples similar uses of these chemical matters when they are ammonium carbonate in first phase and urea in second phase to the under following : Ammonium carbonate uses in first phase : Uses As well as in smelling salts, as mentioned, ammonium carbonate is still used for leavening in particular recipes, particular northern european and scandinavian. It can sometimes be susbstituted with baking powder, but the finished product will never be as airy and light as the original recipe. Icelandic loftkökur (air biscuits) for instance simply cannot be made with anything other than ammonium carbonate. urea uses in second phase : Uses Urea's commercial uses include: As a raw material for the manufacture of plastics specifically, urea-formaldehyde resin. As a raw material for the manufacture of various glues (urea-formaldehyde or urea-melamine-formaldehyde). The latter is waterproof and is used for marine plywood. As a component of fertilizer and animal feed, providing a relatively cheap source of fixed nitrogen to promote growth. As an alternative to rock salt in the deicing of roadways and runways. It does not promote metal corrosion to the extent that salt does. As an additive ingredient in cigarettes, designed to enhance flavour. Sometimes used as a browning agent in factory-produced pretzels. As an ingredient in some hair conditioners, facial cleansers, bath oils and lotions. It is also used as a reactant in some ready-to-use cold compresses for first-aid use, due to the endothermic reaction it creates when mixed with water. Active ingredient for diesel engine exhaust treatment AdBlue and some other SCR systems. Used, along with salts, as a cloud seeding agent to expedite the condensation of water in clouds, producing precipitation. The ability of urea to form clathrates (also called host-guest complexes, inclusion compounds, and adducts) was used in the past to separate paraffins. As a flame-proofing agent. As a clean burning fuel for motor vehicles and stationary engines. As a NOx-reducing reactant in combustion exhaust streams, especially diesel. As an ingredient in many tooth whitening products. Used in coal fired power plants to reduce NO emissions. Laboratory use Urea is a powerful protein denaturant. This property can be exploited to increase the solubility of some proteins. For this application it is used in concentrations up to 10 M. Urea is used to effectively disrupt the noncovalent bonds in proteins. Urea is an ingredient in the synthesis of urea nitrate. Medical use Drug use Urea is used in topical dermatological products to promote rehydration of the skin. If covered by an occlusive dressing, 40% urea preparations may also be used for nonsurgical debridement of nails. Clinical diagnosis See blood urea nitrogen ("BUN") for a commonly performed urea test, and marker of renal function. Other diagnostic use Isotopically-labeled urea (carbon 14 - radioactive, or carbon 13 - stable isotope) is used in the Urea breath test, which is used to detect the presence of Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori, a bacterium) in the stomach and duodenum of humans. The test detects the characteristic enzyme urease, produced by H. pylori, by a reaction that produces ammonia from urea. This increases the pH (reduces acidity) of the stomach environment around the bacteria. Similar bacteria species to H. pylori can be identified by the same test in animals (apes, dogs, cats - including big cats). Textile use Urea in textile laboratories are frequently used both in dyeing and printing as an important auxiliary which provides solubility to the bath and retains some moisture which is required for the dying or printing process.
Keywords: ammoniac - carbon dioxide - urea -ammonium carbonate – methyl acetate -
Environmental aspects:  
Development Status: Idea
Legal Protection: Patent
Technical specifications:  
Transfer Terms: Technology Licensing
Target Countries:  
Estimated cost (US$):  
Upload any relevant document:  
Contact Person:  
Address: sadi street yaghma avenue number 17
City: semnan
Country: Iran
Zip/Pin Code: 35136-13141

Contact Technology Provider