Melamine is an organic compound with the chemical formula C3H6N6. This solid is white and is in the form of 1, 3, 5 triazines. Melamine, similar to cyanamide, contains 67% by mass of nitrogen, its derivatives have the property of inhibiting fire due to the release of nitrogen gas during burning or cooling. Due to its properties, Melamine can be used in various applications, such as rubber, wood, leather, textile and concrete are among the main industrial uses of melamine.