Polymer Chemistry

Polymers Are Molecules Too!

So if all polymers are not the same size, what is the weight of a polymer?

Good question. If we know the number of monomers that make up a polymer chain (technical term: degree of polymerization), then the molecular weight of the polymer is the molecular weight of the monomer multiplied by that number of monomers.


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