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organic, organicity
1. Relating to, derived from, or characteristic of living things.
2. Occurring or developing gradually and naturally, without being forced or contrived.
3. In agriculture, relating to or employing agricultural practices that avoid the use of synthetic chemicals in favor of naturally occurring pesticides, fertilizers, and other growing aids.
4. In medicine, relating to the organs of the body, specifically to basic changes in them brought about by physical disorders.
5. In chemistry, belonging to a family of compounds characterized by chains or rings of carbon atoms that are linked to atoms of hydrogen and sometimes oxygen, nitrogen, and other elements; the scientific study of carbon-based compounds, originally limited to compounds that are the natural products of living things, now including the study of synthetic carbon compounds; such as, plastics.
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(Greek: dance; involuntary movements; spasm; in medicine, it is used to reveal a nervous disorder either of organic origin or from an infection)
(Greek: containing, or derived from keratin, a highly insoluble scleroprotein that is the main constituent of horny tissues, the nails, and the organic matrix of tooth enamel; derived from Greek kera[s], kerat[os], "horn")
(Greek: said to be a stem for "all, every, whole", or "complete"; that is, a field of study in biology that refers to the whole set of omics including their -omics and -ome subfields in order to understand life as a holistic existence and organic beings as a whole)
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bio-organic, bioorganic
1. A reference to describe a carbon-based (organic) compound produced by a living organism or of biological importance.
2. Relating to the composition and biological activity of carbon-based compounds; especially, those of laboratory rather than to biogenic origins.
electro-organic chemistry, electroorganic chemistry
The branch of chemistry dealing with the electrochemistry of organic compounds.
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total organic carbon (TOC)
The quantity of organic compounds dissolved in water, measured as pure carbon.

The TOC of a body of water affects biogeochemical processes, nutrient cycling, biological availability, and chemical transport and interactions. It also has direct implications for drinking water quality and wastewater treatment.

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(a collective term for all organic substances of relatively recent, non-geological, origin which can be used for energy production)
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metal-organic chemical vapor deposition, MOCVD
A process of producing materials for semiconductors, including photovoltaic material, in which a surface layer is produced by the deposition on a substrate of a volatile organo-metallic compound; such as, methyl, which is transported to the surface through the gas phase at elevated temperatures.
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