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high polymer

[′hī ′päl·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
A large molecule (of molecular weight greater than 10,000) usually composed of repeat units of low-molecular-weight species; for example, ethylene or propylene.

high polymer

A substance composed of a large molecule which usually but not always consists of repeat units of the low molecular weight; one having a molecular weight greater than 10,000.
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More specifically, they present pyrograms and thermograms of 163 high polymers and pyrograms for 33 condensed polymers in the presence of organic alkaline.
The examinations included separate sections for Rubber Technology I (applied science) and II (factory practice), Rubber Science (chemistry and physics), Rubber Science (physics and engineering), Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Polymer Technology, Physical Chemistry of High Polymers, Organic Chemistry of High Polymers and finally "Use of English.
Research conducted in the 1950s--in high polymers, lubricants and greases--evolved to support post-war industrial research.
has led to the creation of products such as semiconductor high polymers for cell-phone display panels.
The thermal stabilities of the high polymers made by this route were analyzed by TGA.
The company has increased its interest in Hanyang Technology -- Korea's leading specialty gas equipment manufacturer for the semiconductor industry -- to a majority position; acquired Tae Young Chemical Corporation's (Ulsan City) vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsions business; and acquired Korea High Polymers -- Air Products' former emulsions joint venture -- to form the largest producer of water-based emulsions in Korea.
Under specific conditions, the polymerization reaction for the formation of high polymers becomes reversible.
NYSE: APD) has expanded its chemicals business in Asia by acquiring 100 percent of Korea High Polymers, its former emulsions joint venture in Korea.
Following World War II, with the growth in understanding of high polymers and other materials, Dr.
The first information on sulfonation of high polymers such as polystyrene (PS) was published before World War II.
The method is applicable to nonreactive, immiscible, high-viscosity systems such as molten high polymers.

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