Inorganic Chemicals are compounds that do not contains carbon both carbon and hydrogen. These compounds are able to conduct electricity due to ions present in them. Due to ionic bonding these chemicals possess extreme high melting and boiling points. Inorganic chemicals provided by us are in raw powdered form. The chemicals availed can be used for manufacturing of insecticides and various pharmaceutical products. These chemicals are easily soluble in water to form various chemical products. They are used in organic synthesis to convert aldehyde and ketone to oximes. These are also used as a catalyst or inhibitor in polymerization processes, as enzyme reactivation or as an antioxidant in fatty acids and soaps.
They are divided into four classes:
1) Base : consists of metal atoms,
2) Acid : contains atoms of hydrogen and acid radicals,
3) Water : most abundant inorganic compound,
4) Salts : made from acid residuals and metal.