dimer

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See also: Dimer and dimër

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di- +‎ -mer

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dimer (plural dimers)

  1. (chemistry) A molecule consisting of two identical halves, formed by joining two identical molecules, sometimes with a single atom acting as a bridge.

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dimer (not comparable)

  1. dimeric

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