For the purposes of this chapter, polyamides are defined as polymers which contain recurring amide groups (-CO-NH-) in the main polymer chain. Various types of polyamides fall within this definition.
KeywordsAdipic Acid Azelaic Acid Sebacic Acid Amic Acid Aromatic Polyamide
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