inorganic compound


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any compound that does not contain carbon

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Mixed-bed ion-exchange resins, which are commonly used, produce water free of inorganic compounds.
It is a special layer of coating that combines polymers and inorganic compounds tinted with color, providing galvanized steel with higher advanced properties, such as improved corrosion resistance, lubrication during forming operations, fingerprint resistance and aesthetics, which makes it superior to the conventionally passivated galvanized steel.
Despite being so ubiquitous in life and having such a variety of uses, magnetic substances are actually quite rare in nature, with only about five percent of all known inorganic compounds exhibiting even the slightest magnetism.
To that end, the analysis should look for both organic and inorganic compounds, be able to identify these compounds, and be able to measure their concentration.
Background: Lithium organic compounds are considered safe in use as compare to inorganic compounds of lithium for the treatment of various psychiatric disorders.
Bases, Gases, and Other Inorganic Compounds, Dyes and Pigments, Hydrocarbons, Oxygen-function Compounds and Other Organic Chemicals, Industrial Gases.
This technology includes devices for checking [the authenticity of] documents, a gene scanner, a scanning electron microscope and a device for detecting inorganic compounds.
The nanosorbent can also be used in various industrial and agricultural sections to eliminate organic and inorganic compounds from polluted water after being mass produced.
Product Coverage: Bases, Gases, and Other Inorganic Compounds, Dyes and Pigments, Hydrocarbons, Oxygen-function Compounds and Other Organic Chemicals, Industrial Gases.
Three centuries later, during the Industrial Revolution, as synthetic chemistry was evolving, unethical traders began adding inorganic compounds to food to, for example, restore the creamy appearance of milk that they had watered down.
As the fuel product is subsequently burned at up to 3,632[degrees]C to destroy all organic compounds and recycle inorganic compounds with clinker chemistry, there is little or no pollution and by-product.
organic and inorganic compounds in lab water is going to have detrimental effects on applications from PCR and gel electrophoresis to chromatography and mass spectrometry.
Due to the OH radical's high reactivity, persistent substances such as surfactants or dioxane decompose into carbon dioxide, water molecules and other inorganic compounds.
This water contains many pollutants -- coliforms, pathogens, organic and inorganic compounds, chemicals and heavy metals.
She said that as stable, inorganic compounds they have an important potential to decontaminate and protect against these deadly nerve gases.