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Becker developed the technologies that led the medical company 21MedTech to exclusively license two polymer technologies developed for regenerative medicine and 3D printing.
Chemathon challenges included a competition called First Encounters of the Element Kind, in which teams had to identify 26 elements from a set of clues, and Flubber, which tasked students with creating a polymer ball from glue and Borax solution.
With that aim in mind, School Guard Glass used polymer research to design a product that would not necessarily stop an attacker's bullets, but would keep the gunman from getting inside a school for at least four minutes.
Unusually, the Hi Power was never updated with modern features such as an accessory rail, night sights, and the use of polymers.
Glock innovated with its early use of polymers to make lighter handguns.
Critically, the chemicals leave much of the cellulose, a third polymer, intact.
Somewhat counterintuitively, Hu and his team removed the wood's lignin polymers in order to make their wood even stronger.
The frame of the gun is of polymer construction with replaceable steel frame/slide.
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chemistry : a chemical compound that is made of small molecules that are arranged in a simple repeating structure to form a larger molecule
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