Carbamic acid

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Carbamic acid is a compound that is unstable under normal circumstances. Its importance is due more to its relevance in identifying the names of larger compounds.

The radical is called "carbamoyl". "Carbamoyltransferases" are transferase enzymes classified under EC number 2.1.3.

Carbamate is an ester of carbamic acid. Methyl carbamate is the simplest ester of carbamic acid.

Some esters have use as muscle relaxants.

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