co-polymer

copolymer

[koh-pol-uh-mer]
noun
a chemical compound of high molecular weight produced by polymerizing two or more different monomers together.

Origin:
1935–40; co- + polymer

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copolymer (kəʊˈpɒlɪmə)
 
n
polymer Compare oligomer a chemical compound of high molecular weight formed by uniting the molecules of two or more different compounds (monomers)

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copolymer   (kō-pŏl'ə-mər)  Pronunciation Key 
A polymer of two or more different monomers. The synthetic rubber used to make tire treads and shoe soles, for example, is a copolymer made of the monomers butadiene and styrene.
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