Environmental Inorganic Chemistry
Inorganic chemistry includes knowledge about all the elements and their compounds, except the organic carbon compounds. This means that inorganic chemistry is central for areas like materials science, energy and environmental research. At the interface with physics, we identify inorganic synthesis and theoretical chemistry as important contact areas. Inorganic phase analysis is essential within geology, while bio-inorganic and metallo-organic structural chemistry are essential for biochemistry and organic chemistry.
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