Graft copolymers

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A copolymer molecule built by the attachment of one type of polymer onto the backbone of a different polymer. This process is used to make copolymers of cellulose with synthetics thereby creating modified fibers with improved flame resistance and dimensional stability.

Synonyms and Related Terms

copolímeros por injerto en una cadena (Esp.); copolymères greffés (Fr.); copolímeros de enxerto (Port.)

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