Inorganic chemistry


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Inorganic chemistry

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Inorganic chemistry is the study of the structure, properties and reactions of all chemical elements and compounds except for organic compounds (hydrocarbons and their derivatives).

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116 sg:ontologies/subjects/inorganic-chemistry
117 skos:definition Organometallic chemistry is the study of the synthesis, structure and reactivity of chemical compounds that contain metal-carbon bonds. These compounds are often used as homogeneous catalysts.
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120 sg:ontologies/subjects/cross-coupling-reactions
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122 sg:ontologies/subjects/metathesis-reactions
123 skos:prefLabel Organometallic chemistry
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130 skos:definition Solid-state chemistry is the study of the preparation, structure and properties of solid materials.
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