Difference Between Organic and Inorganic Chemistry?

Organic chemistry deals mainly with carbon and hydrogen containing non-polar molecules with few exceptions.
The reactions of the molecules do not include any metals from the periodic tables.
Movements of electron between the carbon-hydrogen bonds, and understanding of the bond breaking and the bond makings are an integral part of organic chemistry.
It deals with few laws which will help us to understand the electronic distribution during a reaction.
Whereas, Inorganic chemistry deals with molecules which doest not have carbon atom. The organic molecules are generally found from biological sources. for example, benzene is an organic compound and its reactions with other organic or inorganic molecules depend on the understanding of the electronic distribution throughout the reaction and how the bond breaking and bond making happening. Whereas, water is an inorganic molecule as it does not contain any carbon atoms and is polar.
Dr. Arunabh Sengupta
Research Coordinator,
Techno India University, West Bengal,
Post Doctoral Fellow, IIT Kanpur

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Sophia the Humanoid Robot

PANDEMIC TO NORMALCY: A JOURNEY

Vaccine designers are here to insert death nails into Coronavirus’s coffin

New Frontier in B.Sc Programme

The SARS-CoV-2 Structure – An Excerpt

Molecular dynamics simulation: A tool to view a system at the atomic level

Pandemic COVID-19 outbreak

Is Quantum Computing the Ultimate of Artificial Intelligence?

How can I choose my graduation project? I study electronics and communications engineering and I’m interested in the field of IC design.