What are some properties of organic and inorganic compounds?


One of the properties of organic and inorganic chemistry is that organic compounds always contain carbon while most inorganic ones do not. Organic compounds are those that are produced by living things, while inorganic compounds are produced through non-living processes.

Organic compounds are often extracted from natural sources, which sometimes makes them expensive to produce. Sugar and Vitamin B12 are examples of organic compounds. Other examples include fatty acids, lipids, hormones and oils. There are very few organic compounds that do not have at least one hydrogen-carbon bond. Inorganic compounds usually have high melting points and are usually very colorful in contrast to other compounds. Inorganic compounds contain no life. Examples include rocks, cement, metal, diamonds and salt.

Q&A Related to "What are some properties of organic and inorganic..."
Okay, take notes: ORGANIC = anything with CARBON (except for inorganic carbon such as carbonate anion) INORGANIC = anything else.
all compounds which are having carbon and hydrogen essentially in molecular formulas are called organic compounds.These may have any other element also.eg;CH3COCH3 (Acetone) Compounds
An organic compound is any compound of carbon
There are quite a number of common definitions, but most of them are too restrictive and have exceptions. Incidentally there's a Organic compounds are produced by living things. Inorganic
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