Journal of Clinical Nursing and Practice

Inorganic Chemistry

Examples of inorganic compounds include: Sodium chloride (NaCl): used as table salt. Silicon dioxide (SiO2): used in computer chips and solar cells. Sapphire (Al2O3): a well-known gemstone. Sulfuric acid (H2SO4): a chemical widely used in the production of fertilizers and some household products such as drain cleaners.Organic chemistry is the study of molecules that contain carbon compounds. In contrast, inorganic chemistry is the study of all compounds that do NOT contain carbon compounds.Let's compare two samples to see the difference between an organic and an inorganic compound

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