Inorganic, chemical noun. The original finger compound is associated with or derived from a non-organism and generally refers to a compound that does not contain a carbon atom other than the oxide of the carbonate and carbon. Usually refers to compounds that do not contain carbon atoms.
Materials composed of elements such as carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen are collectively referred to as organic materials. For example, wood, plastic, rubber, paint, etc., simply speaking, organic materials can be burned at normal temperature and pressure, while inorganic materials cannot, such as steel, cement, clay bricks, etc.