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inorganic polymer

[¦in·ȯr¦gan·ik ′päl·ə·mər]
(inorganic chemistry)
Large molecules, usually linear or branched chains with atoms other than carbon in their backbone; an example is glass, an inorganic polymer made up of rings and chains of repeating silicate units.
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Part 1 Geopolymer synthesis and characterisation: Fly ash glass chemistry and inorganic polymer cements
discusses the synthesis and characterisation of geopolymers with chapters covering fly ash chemistry and inorganic polymer cements
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and Germany, and was an assistant professor of Inorganic Polymer Chemistry at Virginia Tech.
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The session on Geopolymers and other Inorganic Polymers continues to attract growing attention from international researchers (USA, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, and Viet Nam) and it is encouraging to see the variety of established and new applications being found for these novel and potentially useful materials.
The session on Geopolymers and other Inorganic Polymers continues to attract growing attention from international researchers (USA, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, and Vietnam) and it is encouraging to see the variety of established and new applications being found for these novel and potentially useful materials.