That depends. An organic compound has elements made from nature itself.
An inorganic is the opposite meaning that it is made from compounds and elements that are not made from nature itself,more or less, it's kind of like manmade compounds.
Basically, all organic compounds have carbon and organic chemistry is the study of carbon based comounds. Inorganic generally do not contain carbon (with exceptions being carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, metal carbonates, metal bicarbonates and metal carbides).
In general organic contains carbon molecules and/or those related to life. It is the chemistry of carbon containing compounds.
Inorganic is everything else and generally do not contain carbon (with some exceptions).
You can tell that a compound is organic by seeing if it contain a carbon atom with a hydrogen atom.
Does it have Carbon?
Carbon is the deciding element (no pun intended) in what constitutes something being organic.
If carbon is present, it is organic. If there is no carbon, it is inorganic.
The product your buying should say certified organic. If its produce you are buying, a lot of grocery stores have designated organic sections.
If it contains carbon and hydrogen, it is organic.
Look at the label
If it has carbon in it, it is organic.
It is Inorganic because there are chemicals in it
There is no such thing as "inorganic" farming. There's farming, then there's organic farming.
There's really no difference between organic and inorganic vegetables. Every vegetable is organic. Stop getting hung up on "organic" labeling. Its all regulated by the government in an attempt to get your money. You're going to die no matter what.
Molecules that are not based on Carbon, or water. examples are metals, and gasses. Recent news suggests that organic substances, ( animo acids ) can be produced by sparks in a amonia bath, similar to the athmosphere of the young earth.
Yes wood is made form trees and treas are organisms so wood is of organic origin.
Ammonia does not have carbon.So it is inorganic.
Its organic and itsa a acid
Organic is of something living, Inorganic is of something not living.Organic compounds are made of carbons and any other elements or radicals
An organic compound is something that is alive, or was once alive, or was part of something that was living. Inorganic means that it was never alive, or was never a part of something alive.Example:Steak: Organic.Boiling hot lava: Inorganic.
All organic compounds contain carbon; most inorganic compounds doesn't contain carbon.
they are both organic and inorganic
No. An organic compound is generally something which contains carbon. Iron is inorganic.
it is organic
it is organic
It is not possible to tell whether a solid is organic or not based on its colour.
could be inorganic or organic