Properties of polycaproamide fibres which have been modified by grafting polyacrylonitrile
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The properties of modified polycaproamide fibres containing various amounts of grafted polyacrylonitrile have been investigated.
It has been shown that the attachment of polyacrylonitrile to polycaproamide fibres leads to an improvement in a number of properties (light resistance, heat resistance, wool-like appearance) which determine the customer acceptance of fibres and articles made from them.
KeywordsPolymer Heat Resistance Polyacrylonitrile Customer Acceptance Light Resistance
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