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Lacking an answer for 3 years, I'm going to attempt to answer this based on internet definitions and logic. Please, I welcome any insight from chemistry experts to improve this answer. First of all, the Wikipedia link quoted actually gives two definitions for protomer. The one quoted is the "structural biology" definition rather than the "chemistry" ...


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There is a slight deviation in the literature as to what the hybrid composites are. Originally, materials were considered hybrid composites if both inorganic (e.g. clay/silicates as the hydrophilic component) and organic (e.g. organic polymer as the hydrophobic component) constituents were involved in building up the matrix (see e.g. a review [1]). Another ...


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