Should I draw the amide linkage only for this polymere

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It is basically poly(ethane) but with one H removed and replaced by the amide functional group, i.e. it is an addition polymer.
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It is basically poly(ethane) but with one H removed and replaced by the amide functional group, i.e. it is an addition polymer.
So I have to repeat the monomere but without the double bond to get the polymere?
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The word polymer has no final 'e'.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyacrylamide
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So I have to repeat the monomere but without the double bond to get the polymere?
Yes.

You don't need an "e" after poly/mono-mer
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