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Characteristics of polymers can be altered by: irradiation, treatment with oxygen or other chemicals, rising the temperature, using additives in the composition.
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A. Ravve has written: 'Principles of polymer chemistry' -- subject(s): Polymers, Polymerization 'Organic chemistry of macromolecules' -- subject(s): Polymers and polymerization
All proteins are polymers .
Some polymers are elastic because they are made of proteins.
Yes, some polymers are flammable, HIGHLY flammable.
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Synthetic polymers are cheaper than natural polymers. Natural polymers are also less plentiful.
Plastics, which are polymers plus some additives, are their main use.
Some important characteristics of protein are:Amino acids are connected by peptide bondsLinear polymers built of amino acids Sequence determines protein functionAll proteins from bacteria to humans aremade of the same set of 20 amino acidsCan be rigid or flexible (function)Linear polymers built of amino acids
Each religion system has its own dogmatic principles. These principles refer mostly to external characteristics of religion (e.g. to the way God is worshiped).
Plants do make and use some polymers (e.g. starch, cellulose etc.), as do some animals (e.g. spider silk) but most of what we know as polymers are artificial (e.g. polyethylene, nylon etc.).
Linear Polymers These polymers are formed of long straight chains. Eg: HDP, Polyvinyl Chloride Branched Chain Polymers They are basically linear polymers with some branches. Eg: LDP, amylopectin Cross Linked or Network Polymers These polymers have may cross linking bonds that give rise to network like structure.These polymers contain Bi-Functional and tri-Functional monomers.
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The bonding characteristics of carbon that result in the formation of a large structures ranging from simple hydrocarbons to complex polymers and biological molecules because of their large structure and unique composition.
Monomers: aminoacids. Polymers: proteins.
There are several polymers in living beings, for example, proteins, DNA, RNA, and polysaccharides.
The difference between organic polymers and inorganic polymers is that organic polymers are way different from inorganic polymers they're complete opposites!!
natural polymers are naturally occurring polymers e.g. DNA and synthetic polymers are man-made polymers e.g. Nylon, Polythene
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Macromolecules are polymers. There are bio-polymers such as carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and DNA, and there are synthetic polymers such as plastics (polystyrene and polyvinylchloride) and synthetic fibres. Nylon and terylene are also considered macromolecules.
Elements do not contain polymers. It is the other way around. Organic polymers contain elements. These are usually C, O, H, N, Halogens and some others.