urea-formaldehyde resinu·re·a-for·mal·de·hyde resin
any of a class of strong, odorless, thermosetting resins formed by condensing urea and formaldehyde in the presence of a catalyst: used in making buttons, tableware, etc.
Any of various thermosetting resins made by combining urea and formaldehyde and widely used to make molded household and industrial objects.
(plural urea-formaldehyde resins)
- (chemistry) Any of several of the condensation products of the reaction between urea and formaldehyde (their derivatives) used as a thermosetting material.