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copolymer

 [ko-pol´ĭ-mer]
a polymer containing monomers of more than one kind.

co·pol·y·mer

(kō'pol-i-mer),
A polymer in which two or more monomers or base units are combined.

copolymer

/co·poly·mer/ (ko-pol´ĭ-mer) a polymer containing monomers of more than one kind.

copolymer

[kōpol′əmər]
Etymology: L, co-, together or with + Gk, polys, many + meros, parts
a polymer containing monomers of more than one kind.

co·pol·y·mer

(kō'pol'i-mĕr)
A polymer in which two or more monomers or base units are combined.

copolymer

A POLYMER consisting of repeated units of two or more subunits.

co·pol·y·mer

(kō'pol'i-mĕr)
Polymer with two or more combined monomers or base units.

copolymer (kōpäl´imur),

n a polymerization of two or more monomers that have slightly different chemical formulas. Used in dentistry to impart certain desirable physical properties such as flow.
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38) established that polymer radical chains penetration occurred fully (that is, they could reach the particle center) when the copolymeric shell dry [T.
Microparticles containing PRS[R] paraffin wax with a methyl methacrylate (MMA)--butyl acrylate (BA) copolymeric shell were successfully synthesized by means of suspension-like polymerization.
Both of them, it can be seen that swelling or sorption capability of AAm/NaSS hydrogels and AAm/NaSS/PEG semi IPNs are increased with increasing NaSS content in copolymeric structure.
a copolymeric interfaciel layer is f ormed, acting as a compatibilizer; (ii) an additional stage can be included ensuring molecular weight upgrading via solid state postcondensation (27, 29) when A and B are recycled polycondensates (e.
Furthermore, molecular dynamic simulation (161, 162) leads to the assumption that copolymeric structures strongly reduce the correlation of the rigid rods' orientation.
If we are correct to assume that increasing the strength of interactions between rigid and flexible components enhances the translation of stress or strain, we should also expect better reinforcement effects in copolymeric structures.
For copolymeric structures it becomes clear how closely the concepts of self-reinforcement of liquid crystalline polymers and molecular reinforcement are related.
In order to provide a direct experimental measurement of the stress in a pancake sample we prepared a supply several specimens of acrylanitrile butadiene acid copolymeric elastomers (1-3).
On the other hand, Colton (4) was able to produce a very fine cellular structure with a cell size of 5 [[micro]meter] in the copolymeric and nucleated PP utilizing a batch microcellular foaming technique.