What is the types of inorganic compounds？
The vast majority of the inorganic compounds can be classified into 4 categories: oxide, acid, alkali and salt. The inorganic substances in the living organisms are mainly water and some inorganic ions, such as Na+, K+, Ca2+, Mg2+, Cl-, SO42-, etc..Inorganic salt can be divided into: ions and compounds, ions are to maintain the normal life activities of cells, compounds are important components of intracellular compounds.
Types of inorganic compounds---oxide
A compound consisting of two elements, one of which is an element of oxygen. The material that can react with oxygen is called an oxide. According to the different chemical properties, the oxide can be divided into two categories: acid oxide and basic oxide.
Types of inorganic compounds---Inorganic acid
The general name of a class of compounds that can produce H in aqueous solution,which relative to the base.Hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, nitric acid in aqueous solution of ionization, produced by anionic (carboxylate), although not the same, but the cations generated (H) is the same, so they in nature have in common. For example, it has a sour, it can dissolve many metal; it can make litmus blue litmus red and so on.
Types of inorganic compounds---alkali
Bitterpungent，the solution can make the specific color of the indicator substance (such as turning litmus blue phenolphthalein red, etc.), the pH value is greater than 7. The ionization in aqueous solution are all anion hydroxyl ions react with acids to form a salt and water.
Types of inorganic compounds---salt
The product of neutralizing acid and alkali, metal ions (including ammonium ions) and ions. Chemical salt is divided into three categories, normalsalt: single by metal ions (including ammonium ions) and non metal ions to form; acidic salt: composed of metal ions, including ammonium ion and hydrogen ion and non metal ion; BS: by metal ions, including ammonium ions and hydroxide ions and non metal ion. Salt is an important source of chemical industry material. It can be made of chlorine, sodium metal, soda (sodium carbonate), heavy alkali (sodium bicarbonate, soda, caustic soda, caustic soda, sodium hydroxide) and hydrochloric acid.