Organic Chemistry involves the study of hydrocarbon compounds. The study, which is organic-free and explains everything else, is called “Inorganic Chemistry.”
The elements and their compounds which belong to the inorganic family in the Periodic Table are referred to as inorganic compounds. Inorganic compounds have higher melting points. Instead of evaporation, they break down by reacting or boiling at elevated temperatures.
Things to Remember:
- In the Periodic Table, elements other than carbon and hydrogen are inorganic.
- Inorganic compounds have an ionic base.
- The term Organic means the elements having bonds of C and H. while; inorganic chemistry is they do not have covalent bonds.
- Metals, non-metals, acids, crystal, base, and salts all are inorganic compounds in nature.
- Inorganic Chemistry includes all basic reaction such as acid-base reactions, displacement reactions, redox reaction, combination reaction and many more.
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