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A polymer having a high molecular weight, such as those used in plastics and resins.
- ‘Achieving polydispersities lower than 1.15 for high polymers is generally extremely difficult.’
- ‘Since the conductive high polymer is driven by a chemical mechanism called the electrolytic expansion/contraction, the pump can be driven with low voltage without emitting any sound.’
- ‘These are high polymers with a degree of polymerization of 15,000 or above, and molecular weights of two million or higher.’
- ‘When it is desired to express the results of solution viscosity measurements upon a high polymer as a molecular weight, the viscosity average molecular weight M is used.’
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