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"When all the subunits are of the same type the macromolecules are called polymers and the subunits are monomers. When the subunits are of different types they are simply referred to as macromolecules."
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"When all the subunits are of the same type the macromolecules are called polymers and the subunits are monomers. When the subunits are of different types they are simply referred to as macromolecules."
What i know is that copolymer is the one which is composed of different types of monemers. So does this mean that the macromolecules and copolymers are the same thing? Thanks
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