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Polymer
Polymer Pol"y*mer, n. [See Polymeric.] (Chem.) Any one of two or more substances related to each other by polymerism; specifically, a substance produced from another substance by chemical polymerization. [Formerly also written polymere.]
Polymeric
Polymeric Pol`y*mer"ic, a. [Poly- + Gr. ? part.] (Chem.) Having the same percentage composition (that is, having the same elements united in the same proportion by weight), but different molecular weights; -- often used with with; thus, cyanic acid (CNOH), fulminic acid (C2N2O2H2), and cyanuric acid (C3N3O3H3), are polymeric with each other. Note: The figures expressing the number of atoms of each element in a number of polymeric substances are respectively multiples and factors of each other, or have some simple common divisor. The relation may be merely a numerical one, as in the example given above, or a chemical one, as in the case of aldehyde, paraldehyde, and metaldehyde.
Polymerism
Polymerism Po*lym"er*ism, n. (Chem.) (a) The state, quality, or relation of two or more polymeric substances. (b) The act or process of forming polymers.
Polymerization
Polymerization Pol`y*mer`i*za"tion, n. (Chem.) The act or process of changing to a polymeric form; the condition resulting from such change.
Polymerize
Polymerize Pol"y*mer*ize, v. t. (Chem.) To cause polymerization of; to produce polymers from; to increase the molecular weight of, without changing the atomic proportions; thus, certain acids polymerize aldehyde.
Polymerize
Polymerize Pol"y*mer*ize, v. i. (Chem.) To change into another substance having the same atomic proportions, but a higher molecular weight; to undergo polymerization; thus, aldehyde polymerizes in forming paraldehyde.
Polymerous
Polymerous Po*lym"er*ous, a. 1. (Bot.) Having many parts or members in each set. --Gray. 2. (Chem.) Polymeric. [Obs.]

Meaning of Lymer from wikipedia

- A limer, or lymer /ˈlaɪmər/, was a kind of dog, a scenthound, used on a leash in Medieval times to find large game before it was hunted down by the pack...
- when it comes to managing business-to-government reporting obligations. Lymer, Andrew. "BUSINESS REPORTING ON THE INTERNET" (PDF). Retrieved Nov 6, 2013...
- Meaning Archived 2016-01-31 at the Wayback Machine". In R.J. Wallis and K. Lymer (eds.) New Approaches to the Archaeology of Art, Religion and Folklore:...
- valued for its scenting skills was the lymer, a forerunner of today's bloodhound. Handled on a long leash, the lymer would be used to find the lay of the...
- Representing Texas. p. 153. ISBN 978-1-4196-7884-4. "Judge William Barker Lymer, Honolulu Star Bulletin, Friday, April 14, 1939, Page 1, Col 8. Honolulu...
- Lawrence starts its ninety-fifth session. Succeeding Professor John C. Lymer, who retired in June following 37 years of service in the Observatory, will...
- "Beer of the W****," Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 21 March 2007, E8. Colin Lymer, "New Distribution in Dallas/Plano/Corpus Christi," Rahr News Brief 12 October...
- ). Boston: Pearson. ISBN 978-0205239399. McIntosh AM, Muñoz Maniega S, Lymer GK, McKirdy J, Hall J, Sussmann JE, Bastin ME, Clayden JD, Johnstone EC...
- The group's roots can be traced to the Diamond Skiffle Group and Roger Lymer and his Crusaders. Following the break up of the two groups, some members...
- Art Lymer on October 5, 1992, which spread to a "Blue Ribbon Campaign" by December of that year. McCormack tried unsuccessfully to convince Lymer to drop...
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