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An inorganic compound is a chemical compound not containing carbon. However, elemental carbon (diamond or graphite) as well as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and carbonates are typically considered inorganic, while methane, ethanol and similar simple hydrocarbons are referred to as organic compounds.
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