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inorganic chemistry

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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inorganic chemistryˌinorganic ˈchemistry noun [uncountable] technical  Hthe part of chemistry concerning the study of substances that do not contain carbonorganic chemistry
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inorganic chemistryLouise and Amelia were also both enrolled in an inorganic chemistry course at Columbia and an organic chemistry course at Barnard.He took a degree in chemistry at New College, Oxford, and subsequently gained a DPhil in inorganic chemistry.Their study is at the interface of inorganic chemistry and geochemistry.Thus, it is intended to follow a basic course in organic and/or inorganic chemistry.
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