- Synthesis of polymers
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Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Earlier Established Forms
Polymers and polymerization
- found: Work cat.: Intl. Sym. on Ring-Opening Polymerization (1986 : Blois, France). Ring-opening polymerization, 1987.
- found: Hawley chem. dict. (polymerization: a chemical reaction, usually carried out with a catalyst, heat or light, and often under high pressure, in which a large number of relatively simple molecules combine to form a chain-like macromolecule)
- found: Hackh chem. dict.
- found: LC database, March 6, 1989.
- found: Polymer sci. dict. (polymerisation: British form)
- found: Journal of radioanalytical and nuclear chemistry, Nov. 2002: p. 395 (Polymerization is the synthesis of high-molecularweight compounds (polymers) by successive addition of a low-molecular-weight compound (monomer) to the active site at the end of the growing polymer chain)
- 1989-03-15: new
- 2012-02-09: revised
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