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   Inorganic Compounds       
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   Bio-Inorganic Compounds       Bioinorganic compounds are a category of natural and synthetic materials that include metallic’s bonded to proteins and other biological chemistries. 
   Cluster Compounds       Cluster compounds are an ensemble of bound atoms.  They are intermediate in size, typically larger than a molecule yet more defined than a bulk solid. 
   Coordination Compounds       Coordination compounds are a class of compounds where the central ion, typically a transition metal, is surrounded by a group of anions or molecules. 
   OrganoMetallics       Organometallics are a class of compounds that include carbon atoms directly bonded to a metal ion. 
   Solid State       A diverse class of compounds the remains the form of solid matter at standard temperature and pressure. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialty or proprietary inorganic compounds. 
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   Acids       
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   All Inorganic Acids       Inorganic acids elevate the hydrogen concentration in an aqueous solution and do not include hydrogen - carbon bonds. 
   Carbonic Acid       Carbonic acid is a weak inorganic acid with a central carbon atom bound to three oxygen atoms that dissolve two hydrogen ions in an aqueous solution.  It is commonly referred to as aerial acid. 
   Hydrochloric Acid (HCl)       Hydrochloric acid is highly corrosive, strong inorganic acid that has many industrial uses.  It is composed of hydrogen and chloride ions. 
   Hydrofluoric Acid (HF)       Hydrofluoric acid is a weak inorganic acid that is highly reactive with silicate, glass, metals and semi-metals. It is composed of hydrogen and fluoride ions. 
   Nitric Acid (HNO3)       Nitric acid is a highly corrosive and toxic strong inorganic acid. It is composed of hydrogen and nitrate ions.   
   Oxalic Acid       Oxalic acid is a relatively strong inorganic acid commonly used in cleaning and bleaching applications. It is composed of its conjugate base oxalate with two hydrogen ions. 
   Phosphoric Acid       Phosphoric acid is not considered to be a strong inorganic acid.  It is found in solid form as a mineral and has many industrial uses. It is composed of a phosphate ions and three hydrogen ions.  
   Sulfuric Acid       Sulfuric acid is a highly corrosive inorganic acid.  It is soluble in water and widely used in the chemical industry. It is composed of sulfate ions and two hydrogen ions.  
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   Bases       
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   All Inorganic Bases       Inorganic bases elevate the hydroxide concentration in an aqueous solution and do not include hydrogen - carbon bonds. 
   Ammonium Hydroxide (Amonia Water)       Ammonium hydroxide is an inorganic base that is found as a solution of ammonia in water.  Ammonia is a nitrogen atom bound to three hydrogen atoms.  It comes to equilibrium in an aqueous solution with the ammonium ion that has one nitrogen atom and four hydrogen atoms. 
   Calcium Hydroxide (Lime Water)       Calcium hydroxide is a weak base with many industrial uses. It is composed of calcium and hydroxide ions. 
   Magnesium Hydroxide       Magnesium hydroxide is referred to as brucite when found in its solid mineral form.  It is composed of magnesium and hydroxide ions. 
   Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)       Sodium bicarbonate is mild alkaline commonly known as baking soda.  It is composed of a sodium ion and a bicarbonate ion. 
   Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda)       Sodium hydroxide is a caustic, strong inorganic base.  It is widely used in industrial as well laboratory environments.  It is composed of a sodium ion and a hydroxide ion. 
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   Salts       
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   All Inorganic Salts       Inorganic salts a neutral ionic bound molecules and do not affect the concentration of hydrogen in an aqueous solution. 
   Calcium Chloride       Calcium chloride is an inorganic salt with many industrial uses. 
   Potassium Dichromate       Potassium dichromate is an inorganic salt commonly used as an oxidizing agent.  
   Sodium Chloride       Sodium chloride is an inorganic salt referred to as common salt. It is used in the food industry and is found in large abundance in ocean water.  
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Ionic Component
           
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   Alkali Metals (Li, Na, K, etc.)       Alkali metals are found under Group 1 of the periodic table.  They include lithium (Li), sodium (Na), potassium (K), rubidium (Rb), caesium (Cs), and frabcium (Fr).  
   Alkali Earths (Be, Mg, Ca, etc.)       Alkali earth metals are found under Group 2 of the periodic table.  They include beryllium (Be), magnesium (Mg), calcium (Ca), strontium (Sr), barium (Ba) and radium (Ra). 
   Metalloids (B, Si, Ge, etc.)       Metalloids or semi metals can not be cleanly defined as either a metal or non-metal and are found next to the amphoteric line of the periodic table. They  include boron (B), silicon (Si), germanium (Ge), arsenic (As), antimony (Sb), tellurium (Te) and polonium (Po). 
   Non-Metals (C, N, O, P, S)       Non-metals share common properties of poor conductance, low density, low melting points and can not be classified as a metal.  They include hydrogen (H), carbon (C), nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), oxygen (O), sulfur (S), selenium (Se) and are sometimes extended to include the halogens and noble gases. 
   Transition Metals (Ti, Fe, Ni, etc)       Transition metals are the largest potion of the periodic table including precious metals, iron, titanium as well as many other common elements.  They include Groups 3 through 10 of the periodic table. 
   Other Metals (Al, In, Sn, Pb, etc.)       Other metals are located in Groups 13, 14 and 15.  They include the following seven elements; aluminum (Al), gallium (Ga), Indium (In), tin (Sn), thallium (Tl), lead (Pb) and bismuth (Bi). 
   Rare Earths       Rare earth elements are a collection of seventeen elements in the periodic table including scandium, yttrium and the fifteen lanthanides. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialty or proprietary ionic components. 
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Anionic Component
   Halogenated Compounds       
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   All Halogens       Halogens are found under Group 17 of the periodic table.  They include fluorine (F), chlorine (Cl), bromine (Br), iodine (I) and astatine (At). 
   Bromides       Bromides is a general term given to compounds that include the bromide ion in a -1 oxidation state. 
   Chlorides       Chlorides is a general term given to compounds that include the chloride ion in a -1 oxidation state. 
   Fluorides       Fluorides is a general term given to compounds that include the fluoride ion in a -1 oxidation state. 
   Iodides       Iodides is a general term given to compounds that include the iodide ion in a -1 oxidation state. 
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   Non-Metal Compounds       
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   All Non-Metals       Non-metals share common properties of poor conductance, low density, low melting points and can not be classified as a metal.  They include hydrogen (H), carbon (C), nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), oxygen (O), sulfur (S), and selenium (Se). 
   Carbides       Carbides are compounds that include carbon along with a less electronegative element. 
   Nitrides       Nitrides are compounds that include nitrogen with an oxidation state of -3 along with a less electronegative element. 
   Oxides       Oxides are compounds that include oxygen with at least one other element. 
   Phosphides       Phosphides are compounds that include phosphorus along with a less electronegative element. 
   Sulfides       Sulfides are compounds that include sulfide with an oxidation state of -2 along with at least one other element. 
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   Metalloids       
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   All Metalloids       Metalloids or semi metals can not be cleanly defined as either a metal or non-metal and are found next to the amphoteric line of the periodic table. They  include boron (B), silicon (Si), germanium (Ge), arsenic (As), antimony (Sb), tellurium (Te) and polonium (Po). 
   Borides       Borides are compounds that include boride along with a less electronegative element. 
   Silicides       Silicides are compounds that include silicon along with a less electronegative element. 
   Tellurides       Tellurides are compounds that include a metal bound to the element tellurium. 
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   Oxoanions       
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   All Oxoanions       Oxoanions are a group of compounds that contain an oxoanion. An oxoanion is simple polyatomic anion that contains oxygen atoms. 
   Borates       Borates are a group of compounds that contain the oxoanion borate.  Borate is composed of three oxygen atoms bound to a single boron ion and contains an overall charge of -3. 
   Bromates       Bromates are a group of compounds that contain the oxoanion bromate.  Bromate is composed of three oxygen atoms bound to a single bromide ion and contains an overall charge of -1. 
   Carbonates       Carbonates are a group of compounds that contain the oxoanion carbonate.  Carbonate is composed of three oxygen atoms bound to a single carbon ion and contains an overall charge of -2. 
   Chlorates       Chlorates are a group of compounds that contain the oxoanion chlorate.  Chlorate is composed of three oxygen atoms bound to a single chloride ion contains an overall charge of -1. 
   Chromates       Chromates are a group of compounds that contain the oxoanion chromate.  Chromate is composed of four oxygen atoms bound to a single chromium ion and contains an overall charge of -2. 
   Cyanates       Cyanates are compounds that contain the oxoanions cyanate.  Cyanate is composed of oxygen, carbon and nitrogen ions bound together and contains an overall charge of -1. 
   Fluorates       Fluorates are a group of compounds that contain the oxoanion fluorate.  Fluorate is composed of three oxygen atoms bound to a single fluorine ion and contains an overall charge of -1. 
   Nitrates       Nitrates are a group of compounds that contain the oxoanion nitrate.  Nitrate is composed of three oxygen atoms bound to a single nitrogen atom and contains an overall charge of -1. 
   Phosphates       Phosphates are a group of compounds that contain the oxoanion phosphate.  Phosphate is composed of four oxygen atoms bound to a single phosphorus ion and contains an overall charge of -3. 
   Silicates       Silicates are a group of compounds have negative ligamends bound so a central silicon ion. 
   Sulfates       Sulfates are a group of compounds that contain the oxoanion sulfate.  Sulfate is composed of four oxygen atoms bound to a single sulfur ion and contains an overall charge of -2. 
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   Other       
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   Cyanides       Cyanides are a group of compounds with the anion cyanide. Cyanide is composed of a single carbon bound to a nitrogen atom and contains an overall charge of -1. 
   Hydroxides       Hydroxides are a group of compounds with the anion hydroxide. Hydroxide is composed of a single oxygen bound to a hydrogen ion and contains an overall charge of -1. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialty or proprietary anions. 
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   State of Matter:       
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   Gas       Chemicals or compounds are in the gaseous state of matter. 
   Liquid / Solution       Chemicals or compounds are in the form of a liquid, or are dissolved in a solution. 
   Colloid / Dispersion       Chemicals or compounds are in the form of a colloid, emulsion or dispersion. 
   Powder       Chemicals or compounds are in the form of a powder. Powders are finely divided or powdered forms of chemicals, metals, minerals or other raw materials. 
   Bulk Solid / Granules       Chemicals or compounds are in the form of bulk solids, pellets, flakes, chunks, crushed material or granules. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialty or proprietary states of matter. 
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Physical Properties
   Flash Point       Flash point is the lowest temperature at which a liquid can form an ignitable mixture in air near the surface of the liquid. The lower the flash point, the easier it is to ignite the material. 
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   Purity:       Weight percent of the main component(s) such %Al2O3 for alumina ceramics.   
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   Concentration       Concentration is the actual quantity of a chemical or compound present in a bulk solid, liquid or gas. It is expressed as a percentage. 
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   Volume       Volume is a quantitative observation that defines the amount of a given substance present. 
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