Copper sulfate is a technical raw material. The chemical formula of copper sulphate is CuSO₄.
In the dry state it is a white, odorless, highly hygroscopic powder, and when absorbed in water it forms a pentahydrate - CuSO₄ X.5H₂O with the characteristic blue color and the trivial name blue stone.
Carbamide is a nitrogen fertilizer with a high content of active substance - 46%. The chemical formula of carbamis is close in composition to the organic formulation of urea, which gives it a number of advantages in mass use to feed crops.
The interaction of the fertilizer with the soil environment takes place in a very different way compared to the Ammonium nitrate. When separating an active substance from carbamis to reach the most accessible form for plants, nitrogen goes through the three most important processes related to its capture and fixation. Some of the processes are purely chemical, others are biological or physical.