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Silk is a filament spun by the caterpillars of various butter flies. Silk is a natural protein filament. It’s filament density is 1.34 g/cm³ which make it a medium weight fiber. Very light weight silk textile materials may be manufacturing from silk filaments. Silk is a protein fiber made by silk worms and is the only natural fiber that is…Read more
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Jute Fiber is a natural bast fiber. It is one of the most affordable natural fibers and is second only to cotton in amount produced and variety of uses of vegetable fibers. It is harder than other textile fibers. It is environment friendly. Normally jute are used for sacking, burlap, and twine as a backing material for tufted carpets. Chemical…Read more
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  Cotton fibre is hygroscopic material and has the ability to absorb water in the form of steam. It is quite evident that the hygroscopic property of cotton fibres depends on the relative humidity. The higher is the humidity, more is moisture abosrption. The increase in the relative atmospheric humidity causes a rise in the moisture content of the cotton…Read more
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