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What is "Condensation Polymer" - Definition & Explanation

A polymer obtained when the compounds used in its formation react together, with the elimination of a further compound such as water, formaldehyde or hydrochloric acid.
A polymer, such as nylon, which is formed when a small molecule is condensed out or lost during polymerization. See addition polymer.

Some other terms

Some more terms:

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