Definition of Organics

1. Noun. (plural of organic) ¹



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Definition of Organics

1. organic [n] - See also: organic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Organics

organic salt
organic stricture
organic structure
organic vertigo
organical
organically
organicalness
organicism
organicisms
organicist
organicistic
organicists
organicities
organicity
organick
organics (current term)
organidin
organific
organification
organigram
organigramme
organigrammes
organigrams
organisation
organisation chart
organisation charts
organisation mondiale de la sant'
organisational
organisational chart
organisationally

Literary usage of Organics

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1. Cleaning Up the Nation's Waste Sites: Markets & Technology Trends (1993)
"2.6.4 Metals and organics Combined Typically, treatment trains are used to address media and wastes containing both metals and organics. ..."

2. The Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program: Technology Profiles (1993)
"... RESEARCH (organics Destruction and Metals Stabilization) TECHNOLOGY DESCRIPTION: The technology is designed to provide destruction of hazardous organics ..."

3. Exploring Organic Environments in the Solar System by National Research Council (U.S.) (2007)
"MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES—organics The compositions of the primitive, low-albedo bodies are only broadly understood, whereas researchers ..."

4. A History of Philosophy in Epitome by Albert Schwegler (1891)
"To this province belongs inorganic nature, its forms and reciprocal references 3. organics. — Inorganic nature, which was the object of ..."

5. Recirculation edited by Peter W. Perschbacher (1995)
"organics Removal Avnimelech, Y., B. Weber, B. Hepher, A. Milstein and M. Zorn. 1988. Organic matter recycling and nitrogen transformation in circulated fish ..."

6. Toxics in the Community: National and Local Perspectives edited by David Sarokin (1999)
"Releases of acids/bases/salts and organics also dropped, going from 2.4 billion pounds in 1987 to 2.1 billion pounds organics decreased in 1988—a reduction ..."

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