inorganic polymer


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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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