Organic matter belongs to carbon-containing compounds. Organic matter is the material basis for life. Inorganic matter is composed of inorganic salts and water. Organic matter has a low melting point, slow reaction speed, and relatively weak polarity.
Organic is a compound that contains carbon, and inorganic is a compound that does not contain carbon. Next, I’ll explain to you in detail what the difference between organic and inorganic is.
All organic compounds are carbon-containing compounds, but on the other hand, carbon-containing compounds are not necessarily organic compounds.
Organic matter is the material basis of life, therefore, all living things contain organic compounds.
Inorganic compounds are composed of inorganic salts and water. In previous studies, inorganic compounds can be divided into four categories: oxides, salts, alkalis and acids.
Speed of reaction
The melting point of organic matters is relatively low and the reaction speed is relatively slow, while the solubility of inorganic matters is relatively high and the reaction speed is relatively fast
The polarity of organic matter is relatively weak, most organic matter is not easy to water, and the situation of inorganic matter is relatively much more complicated.