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Q: What are the components of human urine?
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Which two major components of normal human urine?

Urea and Water.

What is the medical term meaning separation of urine into its components?

Urinalysis is separation of urine into its components.

What is the components of urine?

Water and uria

What are the components of goat's urine?

The components of goat's urine include nitrogen and p-Ethylphenylsulphuric acid. 95% of the urine is made up of water and the remaining 5% is what constitutes the solutes.

What does it mean when a Dr tells you that you are missing components in your urine?

When the doctor tells you that you are missing components in your urine, this usually means he has to do further testing to figure out why. Missing components in your urine could mean many different things from very common to serious.

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What chemical is urine made from?

Urine is mixture of urea, sodium chloride, potassium chloride etc. dissolved in water; but many other components exist. But urine contain also undissolved components.

Is urine compound or mixture?

urine is a homogenius mixture thats is all the components in urine are present in the same physical state.

What are the main components found in urine?

Urea and Salts

Why is cat urine fluorescent?

It isn't. Cat urine is not fluorescent, and it does not glow in the dark. I'm not sure where this myth comes from. Cat urine is yellow, like human urine. To the naked eye, it is indistinguishable from human urine, except for the smell. Cat urine is ammonia-based (unlike human urine) so it smells of ammonia.

What are the principles components of urine?

Water, salt, uric acid.

What are the 4 main components of urine that dialysis would also need to remove?

Urea, potassium, creatinine, and extra fluids are 4 components of urine that dialysis would also remove.