What are the major constituents of urine?
The urine is made up of a number of constituents. It is an aqueous solution mainly composed of water (95%). It also consists of some organic and inorganic compounds. Other constituents include small amounts of urea, creatinine and some dissolved ions such as sodium, potassium and chloride.
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