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Polymer molecular structure. Computer artwork of a polymeric structure. A polymer is formed by adding base units together to form a larger structure. Many plastics are examples of polymers. Here, the base unit is a 6-membered ring with bridging units linking the rings. This would be seen in polymers of the benzene ring and its derivatives.
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