What is copolymerisation, Chemistry

Two or more different types of monomers joined together to form giant molecule is called coopolymerisation.

ex--- nylon6,6      --it is a combination of hexamethylenediamine and adipic acid.

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Copolymerizatiion means two polymers are combined and form a long chain polymer.

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