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inorganic

1. not having the structure or characteristics of living organisms; not organic
2. relating to or denoting chemical compounds that do not contain carbon

inorganic

[¦in·ȯr¦gan·ik]
(inorganic chemistry)
Pertaining to or composed of chemical compounds that do not contain carbon as the principal element (excepting carbonates, cyanides, and cyanates), that is, matter other than plant or animal.
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Concerning the assessment of the risks to human health from inorganic arsenic exposure, the EFSA Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain (CONTAM Panel) adopted an opinion on arsenic in food (http://www.
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The Landshut magnesium and aluminum casting facility, which produces engine components, structural components and chassis parts for BMW, expects to reduce its emissions of combustion residues by 98% with the implementation of the inorganic core binding system.
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The study, using a mouse model, indicated that inorganic phosphates might speed growth of lung cancer tumours, and even contribute to the development of those tumours in individuals predisposed to the disease.
Organic pigments will also experience healthy growth, resulting from trends toward more expensive, high performance pigments, as mentioned, as well as the continual displacement of heavy metal-based inorganic pigments such as chromate.
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Austen Angell and colleagues from the university have used inorganic ammonium salts as electrolytes in fuel cells that operate in the temperature range of 100-200 degrees Celsius.
Inorganic reds, yellows, greens, blues, browns, and dyes and dispersions in PE.
Our primary approach is to prepare the inorganic phase in situ within the film formation process of the organic phase.