Polysciences - Monomers & Polymers
Polysciences utilizes high-purity monomers and polymers to enhance many characteristics of everyday life. This chemical properties are one of the core products produces at Polysciences.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Polysciences - Monomers & Polymers
What you need to know
about Monomers and
Polymers and how
Polyscience uses them.
Our high-purity monomer and polymer products
find many applications in medical devices and
are used in a great variety of ways to enhance
critical characteristics. Our recent expansion into
the Electronics Polymer and Chemicals market
expands our position as a manufacturer and
supplier of high-purity monomers and polymers.
Our particle manufacturing technology has led us
to complete our line of precision microparticles
useful for measurement in nanotechnology
Mono meaning ‘one’ and Mer meaning
‘part’, Monomer = one part. A monomer
is a single building block that help to
create a more complex molecule called
a polymer. Monomers are often organic
parts that compose synthetic polymers.
Some naturally occurring Monomers are
glucose, cellulose, and amino acids.
Poly meaning ‘many’ and mer
meaning ‘part’, Polymer = Many
Parts. Polymers are found both
organically and synthetically, or man
made. Polymers are used everyday
and make up a multitude or
products that you use. Some
common polymers are Teflon, take
out containers, Spandex, eye
glasses, hair products, and credit
Liquid Crystal Polymers
Water Soluble Polymers
For a full and complete list of all Polymers offered,
please visit our website.