1966 Cook 3239522 Urea and Melamine

This invention written by Cook and Mavrovic claims a production process of melamine from urea. Urea melt and an excess of ammonia is heated at elevated pressure. The products are gasses and melamine is separated from ammonia and carbon dioxide by means of cooling. The residual gas phase need to be treated to recover the ammonia.


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