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What is organic and inorganic chemistry?

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organic compounds contain carbon, whereas inorganic compounds, well, do not.

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Organic Chemistry is probably easier, but in inorganic chemistry you will learn more. So academically speaking Inorganic Chemistry



Organic ChemistryThe branch of chemistry in which we study the compounds of carbon.Inorganic ChemistryThe study of all elements and their compounds, except compounds of carbon is called inorganic chemistry.


Organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon compounds (with some exceptions). Inorganic chemistry is the chemistry of all other chemical elements. Organic chemistry, examples: petrochemistry, biochemistry, organic dyes chemistry. Inorganic chemistry, examples: noble gases chemistry, cement chemistry, actinides chemistry.


organic chemistry contains carbon, but inorganic does not contain carbon :) . . .


Organic chemistry involves the study of chemistry as it relates to living things; organic chemistry is a chemistry of carbon containing chemicals. Inorganic chemistry involves the study of chemistry as it relates to inorganic compounds (by tradition several compounds containing carbon are also studied in inorganic chemistry).


Organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon. Inorganic chemistry is everything else, but usually covers metallic complexes.


Organic chemistry focuses on carbon-based molecular chemistry. Inorganic is everything else. Since organic molecules form the basis for life on our planet, their chemistry is of particular interest and many principles developed in organic chemistry may still be applied to inorganic chemistry.


Basically, organic compounds have carbon. Inorganic do not.


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Carbon: there is carbon present when it is organic chemistry.


Basically, organic compounds have carbon. Inorganic do not.


Inorganic chemistry involves learning about all chemical chemicals, including basic organic. Organic chemistry has its own field because of how vast the organic chemistry branch is. Organic includes hydrocarbons, and C-C bonds, their structures, and nomenclature, inorganic involves ALL compounds, and their properties and behaviors.


If organic chemistry study the chemistry of carbon compounds the inorganic chemistry stydy the remaining part.


Iron is inorganic. In chemistry, the word organic refers to anything to do with carbon.


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The majority of carbon compounds are studied by organic chemistry.


Organic Chemistry is the science of carbon compounds. Inorganic compounds is the study of the properties and reactions of elements other than carbon.


Basically, organic compounds have carbon. Inorganic do not (though there are some exceptions)


Examples: - inorganic chemistry - organic chemistry - electrochemistry - foods chemistry


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No. Hydrocarbons are organic molecules. Organic chemistry is defined as the chemistry of carbon-based molecules.



Organic chemistry, physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry and biological chemistry.


Organic chemistry deals with compounds which contain carbon. Inorganic chemistry deals with elements and compounds, exclusive of the carbon compounds covered in organic chemistry. As elemental iron is not a carbon compound, reactions involving it would be covered in inorganic chemistry.



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