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who can help explain inorganic chemistry?

who can help explain inorganic chemistry?

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Gaby
1 month ago
Inorganic chemistry deals with the
synthesis and behavior of inorganic and
organometallic compounds. This field
covers all chemical compounds except the
myriad organic compounds (carbon-
based compounds, usually containing C-H
bonds), which are the subjects of organic
chemistry. The distinction between the
two disciplines is far from absolute, as
there is much overlap in the subdiscipline
of organometallic chemistry. It has
applications in every aspect of the
chemical industry, including catalysis,
materials science, pigments, surfactants,
coatings, medications, fuels, and
agriculture.
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