urea-formaldehyde resin: Meaning and Definition of
Pronunciation: (yoo-rē'u-fôr-mal'du-hīd", -fur-, yoor'ē-u-), [key]
— Chem. Chem.
- any of a group of resins formed by the interaction of urea and formaldehyde under conditions that include heat and pH control: used chiefly in the manufacture of buttons, baking enamels, and for making fabrics wrinkle-resistant.