Inorganic Chemistry

Structure and Bonding

Which molecules are considered inorganic?


Any molecule without a carbon atom is technically considered inorganic, but in practice, there are some exceptions. Many salts (like carbonates, CO32−, or cyanides, CN) are thought of as inorganic, even though they do contain carbon.


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