boron polymer

boron polymer

[′bȯ‚rän ′päl·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
Macromolecules formed by polymerization of compounds containing, for example, boron-nitrogen, boron-phosphorus, or boron-arsenic bonds.
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After summarizing the current state of boron polymer chemistry, Materials scientists, chemists, and biotechnologists look at polymers with icosahedral closo-dicarbaborane units, polymers with boron and nitrogen and their use in advanced materials, and organo-boron polymers and using electrolytes of them for selective lithium cation transport.