[foh-toh-pol-uh-mer] /ˌfoʊ toʊˈpɒl ə mər/

noun, Chemistry.
a or plastic that undergoes a change in physical or chemical properties when exposed to light.
a polymeric material that is sensitive to light: used in printing plates, microfilms, etc


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