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Carbon oxides, carbides, and carbonates are examples of carbon containing compounds that are considered _____ rather than organic. a. Isometric c. Inorganic b. Ionic d. Concentric  
Carbon oxides, carbides, and carbonates are examples of carbon containing compounds that are considered INORGANIC rather than organic.
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Carbon oxides, carbides, and carbonates are examples of carbon containing compounds that are considered INORGANIC rather than organic.
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