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3. What are polymers?

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  1. Bassthoven
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    A substance that has a molecular structure built up from several similar units that are bonded together.

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    source:High School Honors Bio

  3. SWAG
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    Thank You :)

  4. Bassthoven
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    there kinda a chain-like structure that is bound together by amino acids in proteins, sugars in polysaccharides, strands of nylon and polyacetate, polypropylene, and let us not neglect or omit DNA [polynucleotides] and Rna.

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    NP

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