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Bismuth Ferrite: An inorganic compound is the opposite of an organic compound.An inorganic compound can be considered as a compound that does not contain a carbon to hydrogen bond (C-H) bond. Moreover, inorganic compounds tend to be minerals or geologically based compounds that do not contain carbon and hydrogen bonds. Most of the inorganic compounds contain a metal. The majority of compounds is inorganic in nature. Inorganic compounds have an overwhelming amount of applications and practical uses in the world.
Bismuth Ferrite: As many inorganic compounds contains some type of metal like alkali, alkaline, transition they tend to be able to conduct electricity. In solid state inorganic compounds are poor conductors of electricity. But in liquid phase, inorganic compounds are highly conductive.In liquid phase inorganic compounds electrons are able to move very freely, and this movement of electrons is noted as electricity.
Bismuth Ferrite: Due to ionic bonding in inorganic compounds, they are held together with high rigidly and posses extremely high melting and boiling points. Other distinct characteristic of inorganic compounds is their colour. Transition metal inorganic compounds are highly coloured due to configuration of d-block elements. Inorganic compounds display a unique colour when burned. Inorganic compounds are trypically highly soluble in water. Inorganic compounds have ability to form crystals.
Bismuth Ferrite: Inorganic compounds are used as catalysts, pigments, coatings, surfactants, medicines, fuels, and more. They often have high melting points and specific high or low electrical conductivity properties.
Bismuth Ferrite: Potential applications of inorganic compounds are as: Ammonia is a nitrogen source in fertilizer, and it is one of the major inorganic chemicals used in the production of nylons, fibers, plastics, polyurethanes (used in tough chemical-resistant coatings, adhesives, and foams, hydrazine and explosive. Chlorine is used in the manufacture of polyvinyl chloride (used for pipes, clothing, furniture etc.), agrochemicals (e.g fertilizers, insectisides, soil treatment) and pharmaceuticals.
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