RESEARCH OF THE POLYMERIZATION PROCESS OF POLYMERS

Authors

  • Tojiboyev Begijon Mamitjonovich Docent of Andijan machine-building institute
  • Makhammadjanov Khusanboy Alisher o’g’li Base doctoral student of Andijan machine-building institute
  • Valiyev Durbek Khayotbek o’g’li Student of Andijan machine-building institute

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polymers—those, plants, animals—have, centuries, Naturally

Abstract

Naturally occurring polymers—those derived from plants and animals—have been used for many centuries; these materials include wood, rubber, cotton, wool, leather, and silk. Other natural polymers, such as proteins, enzymes, starches, and cellulose, are important in biological and physiological processes in plants and animals. Modern scientific research tools have made possible the determination of the molecular structures of this group of materials and the development of numerous polymers that are synthesized from small organic molecules. Many of our useful plastics, rubbers, and fiber materials are synthetic polymers.

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2021-05-12

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Tojiboyev Begijon Mamitjonovich, Makhammadjanov Khusanboy Alisher o’g’li, & Valiyev Durbek Khayotbek o’g’li. (2021). RESEARCH OF THE POLYMERIZATION PROCESS OF POLYMERS. Euro-Asia Conferences, 5(1), 69–71. Retrieved from https://papers.euroasiaconference.com/index.php/eac/article/view/453

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