Cyanuric acid acts as a chlorine stabilizer in swimming pools. It is used as a precursor to N-chlorinated cyanurates, which are used to disinfect water and crosslinking agents for polyurethane resins. It serves as a process regulator. Further, it is used in the diagnostic determination of melamine and related compounds in kidney tissue.
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