Polymerisation in which two or more chemically different monomers take part is called
The correct option is B copolymerisation
Addition polymerisation - In this type of polymerisation, the molecules of the same monomer or different monomers add together on a large scale to form a polymer.
Copolymerisation - Copolymerisation is a polymerisation reaction in which a mixture of more than one monomeric species is allowed to polymerise to form a copolymer.
Chain polymerisation - Chain polymerisation or chain growth polymerisation is a polymerisation technique, where unsaturated monomer molecules add on to the active site on a growing polymerisation one at a time.
Homopolymerisation - Homopolymerisation is the polymerisation of a single type of monomer to form a homopolymer.