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Polymer Prezi

This is a Prezi by Shane for 7C science on polymers.
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Shane Cynamon

on 15 December 2013

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Transcript of Polymer Prezi

Effect on our lives
1. Rubber is a polymer that is used to make the tires that go on our trucks and cars that we drive.
2. The macs that we own and use are polymers that are made out of plastic with added fillers that make it stiff.
3. The Wii remotes that we use on the original Wii are plastics that are made out of polymers.
4. The iPhone 5C is a plastic that is made out of a polymer.
History of Polymers
1. The first polymer scientist is Henry Braconott from the 1830's. He was born on May 29,1780 and died on January 15,1855.
2. Jons Jakob Berzelius invented the term polymer in 1833.
3. Leo Baekeland invented the first synthetic polymer in 1907 which is bakelite.
4. There are polymers known as biopolymers which are produced by living organisms.
Polymer Vocabulary
Monomer Vocabulary
1. Mono means one.
2. Mer means parts
3. Monomers are small molecules.
4. Monomers can join together to make polymers.
Polymers and Monomers
By: Shane 7C Science
1. Poly means many.
2.Mer means parts.
3. Polymers are large molecules.
4. There can be natural and synthetic polymers.
Bibliography
1. Personal Memory
2. Personal Memory
3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polymer_science
4. http://science.howstuffworks.com/plastic6.htm
5. Personal Memory
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