inorganic compound

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Noun1.inorganic compound - any compound that does not contain carbon
carbide - a binary compound of carbon with a more electropositive element
chemical compound, compound - (chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight
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In contrast, they say, the companion publication Inorganic Substance Bibliography provides a quantitative overview of relevant publications.
an inorganic substance consisting of a special type of rock fiber.
toxid=3) arsenic , an inorganic substance found in wood preservatives and rat poison.
Cement is a gray-colored inorganic substance with extreme pressure driven binding properties.
com)-- Cement or Portland cement is a grey colored inorganic substance with excellent hydraulic binding properties.
K developed a new method of manufacturing catalysts involving hydrophobic processing with an inorganic substance base.
Mulching with this inorganic substance is simple, but somewhat expensive and doesn't allow proper amounts of moisture to penetrate the soil.
In our surveys thus far, the only inorganic substance that we have observed to be used by the Kavirajes was sulfur, which was used mainly as an additional ingredient in formulations containing medicinal plants for treatment of dermal infections.
More than 3 million organic and inorganic substance records were added to the CAS Registry database alone, creating a total of 30 million-plus identified molecular substance records, 1.
3 percent of boys ages 12 to 19 get enough of the bone-building mineral (a natural inorganic substance not made by the body) in their daily diet, says the U.
The second thesis says inorganic substance became replaced by organic, which had as its purpose raising the work efficiency of the system.
He was simply heating ammonium cyanate, which was accepted as a definitely inorganic substance, when he found crystals forming that resembled those of urea, which was the chief manmalian waste product disposed of in urine (including human urine).