modacrylic


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mod·a·cryl·ic

 (mŏd′ə-krĭl′ĭk)
n.
One of several synthetic, long-chain polymer textile fibers containing 35-85 percent acrylonitrile.

[mod(ified) acrylic.]
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Zuhaib Hassan, PhD student - Istanbul Technical University (Turkey) for his poster: Development of Nonwovens by Modacrylic Fibers for Industrial Applications
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