Polymer & Resin Granules
Polymer is a long, repeating chain of atoms, formed through the linkage of many molecules called monomers. The monomers can be identical, or they can have one or more substituted chemical groups. These differences between monomers can affect properties such as solubility, flexibility, or strength. In proteins, these differences can give the polymer the ability to preferentially adopt one conformation over another, as opposed to adopting a random coil (see self-assembly). Although most polymers are organic (based on carbon chains), there are also many inorganic polymers.
Polymer known as polymer substrate is used for everyday banknotes in Australia and New Zealand, and is also used in commemorative notes in other countries.
Resin (Chemistry / Elements & Compounds) any of a large number of synthetic, usually organic, materials that have a polymeric structure, esp such a substance in a raw state before it is molded or treated with plasticizes, stabilizer, filler, etc Compare plastic.
Properties : Techniques such as wide angle x-ray scattering, small angle x-ray scattering, and small angle neutron scattering are used to determine the crystalline structure of polymers.