organic acid n.
Any of various acids containing one or more carbon-containing radicals.
An acid that is an organic compound, especially a carboxylic acid.
- Organically grown
adjective developed without using artificial chemicals and minimally processed before being sold fresh
- Organic brain syndrome
organic brain syndrome n. Abbr. OBS Any of a group of acute or chronic syndromes involving temporary or permanent impairment of brain function caused by trauma, infection, toxin, tumor, or tissue sclerosis, and causing mild-to-severe impairment of memory, orientation, judgment, intellectual functions, and emotional adjustment. Also called organic mental syndrome.
noun 1. the branch of chemistry, originally limited to substances found only in living organisms, dealing with the compounds of carbon. noun 1. the branch of chemistry concerned with the compounds of carbon: originally confined to compounds produced by living organisms but now extended to include man-made substances based on carbon, such as plastics Compare […]
- Organic compounds
The compounds containing carbon that are typically found in living systems. Note: Generally, anything made from living systems, such as cloth, fuels, or wood, is said to be organic. Organic foods are grown with no fertilizer except the organic compounds found naturally in plants and animals.