Difference between revisions of "Inorganic chemistry"
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Inorganic chemistry is the study of molecules and reactions that do not involve the special field of carbon-hydrogen bonds. Another name for inorganic chemistry is physical chemistry. It tends to concern more insights of physics and less of the spatial aspects of organic chemistry.
Often students who are good in organic chemistry will struggle in inorganic chemistry, and vice-versa.