A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ORGANIC AND INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Keywords:Alkanes, alkenes, alkyl, alkynes, allotropes, amorphous, covalent bonds, metals, Metal hydrides and metal sulphides
In Science and Technology, inorganic and organic elements in chemistry are considered to confirm the existence and notion of this subject. Organic and Inorganic compounds explained are created and separated in the plan that is proposed appropriate grade. Including human and animal organisms, they mostly create organic and inorganic substances. The organic compounds are made with specific protein chains, lipid structure, carbohydrates and hormones. On other hands, the inorganic compounds are creating specific molecules, such as water and essential minerals. Normally, organic compounds are textures that involve covalent carbon bonds, hydrogen bonds, and oxygen and nitrogen bonds. Carbon atoms are mainly stranded on a particular structure, which creates various diversity of organic element. Everything on Earth is explained as a breathing creature that depends on organic materials. Again, inorganic compounds are made with two or more molecules than carbon compounds.
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