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copolymer

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

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

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

A POLYMER consisting of repeated units of two or more subunits.
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co·pol·y·mer

(kō'pol'i-mĕr)
Polymer with two or more combined monomers or base units.
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Block copolymers are promising to solve above problems because of a well-defined molecular structure [2], Many studies have shown that the mechanical and rheological properties of various blends are remarkably improved by adopting block copolymers [3-9].
In recent years, PLA-based amphiphilic block copolymers are the most attractive nanocarriers (e.g., nanoparticles, micelles, and polymersomes) for drugs [9-13].
Eisenberg, "Morphological phase diagram for a ternary system of block copolymer [PS.sub.310]-b-[PAA.sub.52]/ dioxane/[H.sub.2]O," Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol.
As structure is different in PE/F 108 (ABA block copolymer with two chains of EO units) and Hypermer LP1 (homopolymer) so they depicted the different density and n blobs.
Some examples of thermoplastic materials that can be used are poly THF/nylon 11 block copolymers and ethylene vinyl acetate copolymers, polyether sulfones, or polyimides.
Zhao, "Light-responsive block copolymer micelles," Macromolecules, vol.
Limary, "Block copolymer thin films: pattern formation and phase behavior," Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, vol.
"Block copolymers readily self-assemble into well-defined arrays of nanostructures over macroscopic distances," she said.
Telcar[R] OBC, the new TPO compounds, blends a rigid polyolefin and INFUSE olefin block copolymers (OBC) from Dow.
The results of this work are published in a paper "Measuring Local Optical Properties: Near-Field Polarimetry of Photonic Block Copolymer Morphology," by M.
Nonetheless, chemists can force them together so the substances assemble themselves into a so-called block copolymer, in which the two materials are inextricably linked (SN: 9/3/88, p.
Key statement: The present invention relates to a block copolymer comprising at least one PA block and at least one PB block.