Polymer compound chemical terminology

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Definition: A compound having a relatively large molecular mass and having a repeating structural unit, which is covalently bonded to each Other by thousands of atoms. (Can be divided into inorganic polymer compounds and organic polymer compounds)

It is a compound that is agglomerated by a class of molecules with relatively high molecular weight, also called macromolecules, macromolecules, and the like. A molecule having a relative molecular mass higher than 10,000 is generally referred to as a polymer. The polymer is usually formed by covalent bonding of 103 to 105 atoms. Since macromolecules are mostly produced by polymerization of small molecules, they are often referred to as polymers or polymers, and small molecules used for polymerization are referred to as "monomers".

Examples: natural polymer compounds such as cellulose, protein, silk, rubber, starch, and synthetic materials based on polymers, such as various plastics, synthetic rubber, synthetic fibers, coatings and adhesives.

Organic polymer compounds can be classified into natural organic polymer compounds (such as starch, cellulose, protein natural rubber, etc.) and synthetic organic polymer compounds (such as polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride, etc.), and their relative molecular masses can vary from a few Millions up to a few million or more, but their chemical composition and structure are relatively simple, often consisting of a myriad of (n) structural small units arranged in a repeating manner.

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