inorganic definition

  • adjective:
    • regarding neither organic life nor the products of natural life.
    • perhaps not made up of organic matter.
    • Chemistry Of or regarding compounds maybe not containing hydrocarbon groups.
    • perhaps not arising in typical growth; synthetic.
    • poor system or framework.
    • regarding a compound that does not include carbon
    • that does not originate in a full time income system
    • perhaps not natural; without body organs essential for life; lacking an organized construction; unorganized; lifeness; inanimate.
    • Of or regarding substances that aren't derivatives of hydrocarbons; perhaps not organic{5}.
    • lacking the properties characteristic of residing organisms
    • pertaining or belonging to the course of substances lacking a carbon foundation
  • noun:
    • An inorganic substance
  • others:
    • perhaps not natural; perhaps not arranged; specifically, not having that business which characterizes residing systems. See natural and organism.
    • perhaps not produced by vital procedures: since, an inorganic substance.
    • In philology, of unintended or accidental beginning; not typically created: since, the differences of lead and led, of man and males, of ended up being and had been, which are of phonetic origin; and/or i of Fr. vient (Latin venit), as compared thereupon of mais (Latin magis).

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