Oligomer

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 An oligomer can be described as a molecular complex comprised of a few [[Monomer|monomer]] units not to be confused with [[Polymer|polymer which]] is a much more complex compound  consisting of many[[Repeating units|repeating units]] joined by [[Chemical bonds|chemical bonds]]. Oligomer can be considered as midway between a [[MONOMERS|monomer]] and a [[Polymer|polymer]].  
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An oligomer can be described as a molecular complex comprised of a few [[Monomer|monomer]] units not to be confused with [[Polymer|polymer]] which is a much more complex compound consisting of many [[Repeating units|repeating units]] joined by [[Chemical bonds|chemical bonds]]. The oligomer can be considered as midway between a [[MONOMERS|monomer]] and a [[Polymer|polymer]].

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An oligomer can be described as a molecular complex comprised of a few monomer units not to be confused with polymer which is a much more complex compound consisting of many repeating units joined by chemical bonds. The oligomer can be considered as midway between a monomer and a polymer.

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