Polymer synthesis

A type of materials known as polymers is made up of tiny, repeating chemical units. A monomer is a polymer's basic unit of repetition or building block. Covalent bonds between monomers are used in the chemical procedure known as polymerization, also known as polymer synthesis, to create polymer structures. The degree of polymerization, also known as the number of repeating units in the chain, determines the length of the polymer chain (DP). The sum of the molecular weights of the repeating unit and the DP yields the polymer's molecular weight. The molecular weight, structure (linear or branched), and DP are the primary factors that affect the fundamental properties of polymers.


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