Not organic. Inorganic compounds are generally structured by ionic bonds and
do not contain carbon chemically bound to hydrogen (hydrocarbons) or any of
their derivatives. Examples of inorganic compounds include sodium chloride
(NaCl) and calcium carbonate (CaCO3) and pure elements (e.g.
elemental mercury, elemental lead).
Although containing carbon, carbonates, bicarbonates, carbides, and carbon
oxides are considered inorganic compounds.