A white crystalline substance CH2CONH2CO based on alloxantin also from malonic acid and urea and thought to be a substituted urea
- a white crystalline acid produced from pyrimidine; found in preparing barbiturate drugs
- A white, crystalline compound, CH2(CO.NH)2.CO,u000du000a based on alloxantin, also from malonic acid and urea, and regardedu000du000a as a substituted urea.
A white, crystalline compound, CH2(CO.NH)2.CO, produced from alloxantin, additionally from malonic acid and urea, and considered a substituted urea.
Roithner, Monats., 1896, 17, p. 172); by the fusion of 0-aminopropionic acid with urea; by the electrolytic reduction of barbituric acid (J.