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„linear-backbone“ - noun, singular or mass

The notion linear-backbone is the 1.535.288th most frequent word in English and appears 4 times within reference text. The part of speech is noun, singular or mass. Here are sample sentences of the word in full text: "The most well-studied class of conductive polymers is the so-called linear-backbone “polymer blacks” including polyacetylene, polypyrrole, polyaniline, and their copolymers."¹ "The linear-backbone polymers such as polyacetylene, polypyrrole, and polyaniline are the main classes of conductive polymers."² "The linear-backbone "polymer blacks" (polyacetylene, polypyrrole, and polyaniline) and their copolymers are the main class of conductive polymers."³ Reversely its written enobkcab-raenil. The MD5 hash is e59fbf971e92147947f2d38fc778c60c and the SHA1 hash is 4222c4a9356188970c706360d2536c0a41d466ec.

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word name: linear-backbone

part of speech: noun, singular or mass

typical left word neighbours: The

These words possess an identical prefix:

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