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    Inorganic Chemistry

    Inorganic chemistry is the science of experimental research and theoretical explanation of the properties of all elements and their compounds and their reactions except hydrocarbons and their derivatives.

    Inorganic Salts

    Inorganic salts are mineral nutrients that exist in the body and in food. Most inorganic salts in cells exist in the form of ions and are composed of organic and inorganic substances. . At present, the human body has found more than 20 species, of which a large number of elements are calcium Ca, phosphorus P, potassium K, sulfur S, sodium Na, chlorine Cl, magnesium Mg, trace elements are iron Fe, zinc Zn, selenium Se, molybdenum Mo, fluorine F , Chromium Cr, cobalt Co, iodine I, etc.

    Inorganic Bases

    Inorganic Bases is the product with the largest output in the basic chemical industry, and is a basic industrial raw material with a wide range of uses. Inorganic alkali is one of the important chemical raw materials. It is widely used in light industry, daily chemical, building materials, chemical industry, food industry, metallurgy, textile, petroleum, national defense, medicine and other fields. Detergents are also used in the fields of photography and analysis. Inorganic bases include soda ash and caustic soda.

    Non-metallic Minerals

    Non-metallic minerals refer to minerals that do not have metallic or semi-metallic luster, are colorless or have various light colors, are transparent or translucent under a 0.03 mm thick sheet, and have poor electrical and thermal conductivity. It includes most of the oxygenated salt minerals and some oxide and halide minerals. As an important material basis for human survival and development, non-metallic minerals have long coexisted harmoniously with humans and are closely related to the environment, ecology and health.
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