inorganic material

inorganic material

A material which is composed of minerals, or made from minerals; not animal or vegetable in origin.
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We could not--or at least we had not succeeded up to date in making organic life in our laboratories out of inorganic materials.
Over the past year, NovaCentrix has focused considerable effort on the development of commercial scale production of high-performance nanopowders of essentially any conductive inorganic material.
Talking to a gathering of fish farmers at Alipur Shumali during a training session, he said that fish farmers must not let the quality of water in ponds compromised and put organic and inorganic material in ponds in accordance with the advice from experts.
At the same time, the foam itself hardens and protects the object from reignition, allowing the inorganic material to resist temperatures above 1,000 degrees C.
Shepherd is world-renowned for his research in inorganic material chemistry and is the Canada Research Chair in materials chemistry.
The bags are said to be just as strong and safe as their standard counterparts, but fully degrade to carbon dioxide, water and a small amount of inorganic material after four years, compared with standard bags which take 100 years or more to fully degrade.
Merging biology and architecture, LifeObject spans all levels of animation, from the bio-inspired design of inanimate material, through dynamic inorganic material, to living material itself.
During the initial stages of the process, "seeds" of the inorganic material are created that are bound to the polymer.
This reversal of normal behavior is generally achieved by coating the electrodes with an inorganic or surface-functionalized inorganic material and thus modifying the electrode work function.
The controlled blend of inorganic material that makes up the devices shrinks as they are exposed to temperature.
Deposit formation in recovery boilers is a major cause of boiler plugging and lost productivity in the pulp and paper industry, inorganic material that is generated in the furnace and entrained by the combustion gases as particles and vapors deposits on surfaces of the boiler.
To balance green sand's chemical and physical properties, the application of an inorganic material such as soda ash (sodium carbonate) is beneficial TABULAR DATA OMITTED but must be controlled at low levels.