|a vessel, commonly a glass bulb with a long neck bent downward, used for distilling or decomposing substances by heat|
|selecting for combination or action; tending to combine with certain substances in preference to others, such as elective attraction|
|1.||not having the structure or characteristics of living organisms; not organic|
|2.||Compare organic relating to or denoting chemical compounds that do not contain carbon|
|3.||not having a system, structure, or ordered relation of parts; amorphous|
|4.||not resulting from or produced by growth; artificial|
|5.||linguistics denoting or relating to a sound or letter introduced into the pronunciation or spelling of a word at some point in its history|
inorganic in·or·gan·ic (ĭn'ôr-gān'ĭk)
Not formed by or involving organic life or the products of organic life.
Not composed of organic matter.
Of or relating to compounds not containing carbon to hydrogen bonds
|inorganic (ĭn'ôr-gān'ĭk) Pronunciation Key