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    Free Radical Polymerization

    A chemical reaction in which the presence of transient, highly reactive atoms or molecules (called free radicals) produces complex, high-molecular-weight molecules (polymers) from several simple, low-molecular-weight molecules. Free radical polymerization is responsible for drying certain types of printing inks. See Free Radical and Polymerization.

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