International Journal of Industrial Polymers (IJIP) of Sciforce publications is a broad field of Organic Chemistry and its related fields like Polymer Chemistry, Polypeptides, bulk polymers and industrial polymers. IJIP publishes original research articles, reviews, short communications, rapid communications, and abstracts. Industrial Polymers deals with the study of large molecules, or macromolecules, which is composed of many repeated subunits. Because of their broad range of properties, the synthetic and the natural polymers play a vital and ubiquitous role in everyday life. Polymers range from familiar synthetic plastics like polystyrene to natural biopolymers such as DNA and proteins that are fundamental to biological function and structure. Chemical and industrial polymers are the structure and composition of chemical compounds made of long,chain-like molecules. Plastics are collected of large molecules well-known as polymers. Polymers are created from moderately small molecular fragments acknowledged as monomers that are synthetic polymers. The iotas making macromolecules are held together by covalent compound bonds, shaped by the sharing of electrons. Singular part icles are likewise pulled in to each other by electrostatic powers, which are considerably weaker than covalent bonds. These electrostatic powers increment in greatness, be that as it may, as the measure of the atoms increments. On account of polymers, they are strong to the point that agglomerates of particles can be formed into perpetual shapes, as on account of plastics, or drawn out into strands, as in the material business. The concoction creation and structure of polymers along these lines make them appropriate for modern applications. The unmistakable properties of polymers and their arrangement from compound forerunners are the subject of this article. The data given here, it is trusted, will empower the peruser to continue with a more full comprehension to isolate articles on the handling of plastics, elastomers (common and engineered rubbers), man-made filaments, cements, and surface coatings. Some of the industrial polymerization methods are Bulk polymerization, Solution polymerization, Suspension polymerization, Emulsion polymerization, Gas-phase polymerization