Polymer

 

Long-chain molecules consisting of repeating chemical units called monomers. Polymeric materials include plastics and rubber.

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A macromolecule formed from a long chain of molecules called monomers; a high-molecular-weight material composed of repeating sub-units. Polymers may be organic, inorganic, or organometallic, and synthetic or natural in origin. See biopolymer.

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A molecule made up of smaller units bonded to form a chain.

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A generic term used to describe a substantially long molecule. This long molecule consists of structural units and repeating units strung together through chemical bonds. The process of converting these units to a polymer is called polymerization. These units consist of monomers, which are typically small molecules of low molecular weight.

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Plastic large molecules made from many smaller molecules usually composed of carbon atoms bonded in long chains

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A molecule consisting of many smaller sub-units covalently linked together.

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