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Answered 2011-09-02 08:04:54

the basic difference between a inoganic catalyst and a biological catalyst is the origin name living compound and non-living compound.

Explaination Living compound are the compund produced by living organism like spirogara, virus, bateria, protozoa, yeast ect. The compound which is secerated by the above organism. Yes they are chemical at the bottom level they can be called bio-organic compound, enzymes, hormons, venoms ect in the different sector of medicine, dyes

Inorganic catalyst are the non living compunds there are not produced by any organism but they are prepared in the lab with the chemical reaction. They are use to improve the rate of reaction not by taking part in reaction or take part in the reaction but comes out at the orginal form at the end of the reaction.

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