synthetic fiber

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Noun1.synthetic fiber - fiber created from natural materials or by chemical processessynthetic fiber - fiber created from natural materials or by chemical processes
fiber, fibre - a slender and greatly elongated substance capable of being spun into yarn
acrylic, acrylic fiber - polymerized from acrylonitrile
nylon - a thermoplastic polyamide; a family of strong resilient synthetic fibers
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This report provides an overview of pros and cons in Chinas petrochemical industry; meanwhile, it analyses the sub industries from the pesticide, the chemical fertilizer, the rubber chemical and the synthetic material.
When he heats these sheets, the synthetic material partially melts and holds the feather fibers in place.
The notion of a synthetic material that is alive sounds far-fetched.
The Company is also a developer and supplier of a new type of high polymer synthetic material.
The Company is also engaged in the development and production of new high polymer synthetic material.
For example, scientists must find a way to prevent clots that form when blood comes in contact with the synthetic material - a serious problem that can lead to a stroke.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A chemistry professor in Florida has just found a way to trigger the process of photosynthesis in a synthetic material, turning greenhouse gases into clean air and producing energy all at the same time.
A team at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, the state-owned premier rocket laboratory in the southern Indian city of Thiruvananthapuram, is behind the world's lightest synthetic material.
The advantage of using synthetic material is that it's well controlled, called the degradation profile, which measures tensile strength--the industry standard as far as determining what type of a wound closure profile an absorbable suture would be.
A garnet he ordered turned out to be a synthetic material worth a tiny fraction of the garnet's value.
For instance, all of the playground's "ground," the flat surface onto which a child could fall, is made of a spongy synthetic material.