Definitions for "Polymer"
Any one of two or more substances related to each other by polymerism; specifically, a substance produced from another substance by chemical polymerization.
Molecule composed of many similar sub-units; proteins and DNA are polymers.
A material that can be liquefied to be used as a coating on gloves, such as PVC, vinyl, neoprene, nitrile, or rubber.
an aromatic polyester known generically as PTT, (polytrimethylene terephthalate)
a unique product in that it behaves very differently than other polyesters
Keywords:  mah, elite, motorola, lion, lithium
A form of LiOn battery that is 20 percent lighter than traditional LiOn and requires less volume. These batteries can be as thin as 6.77 millimeters Also known as LIP (Lithium-Ion Polymer). First seen with the Motorola Elite Analog phone, the battery was 400mah and the wholesale cost when released was 187.50. The battery retailed for about $350 and had a talk time of about 25 minutes so it was not very popular. Today Lion Polymer is mainstream and a very good type of cell to look for, some polymer batteries can exceed 30 days for standby time.
Keywords:  biocompatible, see
see Biocompatible Polymer
Keywords:  smarty, hoc, mysql, diverse, matrix
Design matrix for permissions-based data management applications; forms, reports, ad-hoc queries, with group-level permissions for all elements; allows easy management of diverse access levels for users on the same system. Extends smarty; requires mysql.
a small particle made up of many smaller, similar particles bound together
This binder is produced from petrochemical feedstocks. The binder's polymer particles are small in size and carried in water. The binder polymers and water mix is known as emulsion.
Polymerization Polymer Structure Polyphenylene Oxide
See Elastomer. Often used interchangeably.
A carrier that provides uniform drug coverage along the stent, enables time-released dosing and is vascular compatible.
Keywords:  necklace, beads, lot
a lot like beads on a necklace
a polymer is a simply connected IFS fractal of uniform measure which consists of components differing only in position and location.
This site provides a good layman's definition of polymers.
A synthetic material from which fibers are formed.
A material made through the process of polymerization.
A term used to express the new material formed by a polymerization reaction.
Keywords:  ingredient, volume, coats, hairs, look
An ingredient used in hair styling products that coats and separates hairs to create the look and feel of more volume.
Keywords:  grouping
a grouping of many (i