Organic polymer material is also called polymer or polymer. A class of macromolecules consisting of one or more molecules or groups of molecules (structural units or monomers) covalently bonded to form multiple repeating monomers with a molecular weight up to 10~10. They can be natural products such as fiber, protein and natural rubber, etc., or can be obtained by synthetic methods, such as synthetic rubber, synthetic resin, synthetic fiber and other non-biological polymers
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