being or composed of matter other than plant and animal; often of mineral origin.
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Not containing carbon. Not from living things. Ex., minerals, water, oxygen, etc.
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A chemical or fertilizer which is not obtained from a source which is or has been alive.
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- lacking the properties characteristic of living organisms 2. [adj] - (chemistry) relating or belonging to the class of compounds not having a carbon basis
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substances such as sand, clay and metals whose molecular structures do not contain carbon-hydrogen (C-H) bonds except as carbonates and similar
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A chemical compound that does not contain carbon. Inorganic fertilizers are produced chemically and are not naturally occurring
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Being or composed of matter other than hydrocarbons and their derivatives, or matter that is not of plant or animal origin. Contrast with organic.
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A material based on any chemical element other than carbon
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[ Prefix in-
not + organic
: confer French inorganique
.] Not organic; without the organs necessary for life; devoid of an organized structure; unorganized; lifeness; inanimate; as, all chemical compounds are inorganic
substances. » The term
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Pertaining to substances not of organic origin. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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(in″or-gan´ik) having no organs. not of organic origin. in chemistry, said of substances not derived from hydrocarbons.
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• (a.) Not organic; without the organs necessary for life; devoid of an organized structure; unorganized; lifeness; inanimate; as, all chemical compounds are inorganic substances.
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(in- not + organic) pertaining to substances not of organic origin.
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Not capable of sustaining life. Often refers to dirt or soil.
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Non-living thing. Usually refers to the physical and chemical components of an organism's environment. Some times called abiotic.
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Of non-biological origin.
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Denoting the chemical elements and their compounds, other than the compounds of carbon. The oxides and sulfides of carbon and the metallic carbides, however, are generally considered inorganic. Compare with organic.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: in′ōr-gan′ik Definitions: 1. Not organic; not formed by living organisms. 2. Not containing carbon. See: inorganic compound
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Matter other than plant or animal, and not containing a combination of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, which all living things contain.
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(level) Inorganic design is very similar to abstract design. Abstract mechanics often influence level design that diverges from organic/concrete forms, mechanics, and gameplay. The main difference between inorganic and abstract design is that inorganic design is made up of concrete, organic game elements. However, it
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Being or composed of matter other than hydrocarbons and their derivatives, or matter that is not of plant or animal origin.
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Not containing any organic substances.
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Part of or derived from non-biological material. A chemical compound that does not include a carbon
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Being or composed of matter other than plant and animal (carbon-based); often of mineral origin.
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A term used to describe the growth of a business from mergers or takeovers, rather than from the increase in productivity or activity of the company's own business
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