Chemistry (12th Edition)

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Chapter 23 - Functional Groups - 23.4 Polymers - 23.4 Lesson Check: 28

Answer

When a carboxylic acid and amine combine, an amide bond is formed. Some types of polymers that are formed by this reaction include Nylon and Kevlar.

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When a carboxylic acid and amine combine, an amide bond is formed. Some types of polymers that are formed by this reaction include Nylon and Kevlar.
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