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inorganic

i nawr ga nik

  • a  relating or belonging to the class of compounds not having a carbon basis
    hydrochloric and sulfuric acids are called inorganic substances
  • a  lacking the properties characteristic of living organisms

  • These systems boil water and turn it into vapor, removing most inorganic contaminants like lead and killing any pathogens.
  • During the next two decades, organic biotech will overlap with inorganic silicon infotech and inorganic composite materials and nanotechnologies.
  • In Japan, we don't distinguish between organic and inorganic things.
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  • Pulickel M Ajayan in Environment News Service
    The core of the nanotechnology revolution lies in designing inorganic nanoparticles that can self-assemble into larger structures like a 'smart dust' that performs different functions in the world, for example, cleaning up pollution,said...
  • Thom Yorke in Melbourne Herald Sun
    After quitting, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke said: "When you're in a situation like this with shareholders and private equity firms, it looks at music as something to buy and sell on, that it's inorganic, that it's something that can be valued and...
  • Dhirubhai Ambani in Channel News Asia
    Reliance Communications "continuously examines several organic and inorganic opportunities for growth", said Ambani.

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