Melamine is a white powder with unique properties. The chemical composition of melamine C3N6H6 is melamine or 2,4,6- tri-amino-1,2,3,6-triazide, which is briefly referred to as tri-amino triazine. Therefore, Mlein consists of carbon, nitrogen, and hydrogen. This compound was first created in 1830 by the German scientist Justus von Liebig and its commercial production began in 1937.
Melamine has many uses as a raw material in the industry.
Crystal Melamine, produced from molten urea and ammonia fertilizers, is used in adhesives and leather goods manufacturing companies, as well as in dye industry, as well as in paper and home decorative industries.