oligomer

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ol·i·go·mer

(ol'i-gō-mĕr),
A polymer containing fewer than 20 repeating units.
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oligomer

a molecule consisting of only a small number of MONOMERS.
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ol·i·go·mer

(ol'i-gō-mĕr)
A polymer containing fewer than 20 repeating units.
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