Excellent Introduction to point groups and symmetry operations for inorganic chemistry
A SIMPLE INTRODUCTION
Inorganic chemistry - the study of the structure, bonding and interactions of compounds with little to no carbon atoms (Eg. CO2 is accepted as inorganic). The field has a special interest with respect to transition metals and their uses as effective catalysts. A unique phenomenon in inorganic chemistry is the existence of the quadruple bond, discovered by F. Albert Cotton.
Geometry of Inorganic Compounds
Basic Inorganic Chemistry and Reference Sheet
Is water inorganic?
Yes, water is an inorganic substance as it does not contain any carbon atoms. Surprisingly, this is a very common question since humans are mostly water but are referred to as carbon based lifeforms. This is because the dryweight of cells is actually 50% carbon, the building blocks of amino acids, proteins, lipids, and nucleotides.
What is an inorganic substance?
Simply put, an inorganic substance is anything that does not contain carbon.