photopolymer

[foh-toh-pol-uh-mer]
noun Chemistry.
a polymer or plastic that undergoes a change in physical or chemical properties when exposed to light.

Origin:
photo- + polymer

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photopolymer (ˌfəʊtəʊˈpɒlɪmə)
 
n
a polymeric material that is sensitive to light: used in printing plates, microfilms, etc

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Example sentences
The jetting heads deposit a single super-thin layer of photopolymer onto a
  substrate.
He has pioneered the new process to rapidly fabricate micro-scale truss
  structures from self-propagating photopolymer waveguides.
Generated lithographic plates, and flexographic photopolymer plates.
Photopolymer plates can be used for original and wraparound applications or for
  making duplicate plates.
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