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What are the hydrolysis products of urea ?

Urea is an organic diamide and is subjected  to hydrolysis by water, the solvent in urine. Water is the nucleophile in the substition and the result it can be visualized as carbonic acid and ammonia .The carbonic acid is unstable and decomposes to carbon dioxide.

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