cuprammonium rayon

cuprammonium rayon

[¦kyü·prə¦mō·nē·əm ′rā‚än]
(textiles)
Rayon made from cuprammonium cellulose.
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Historian David Landes estimates that by 1924, the amount of cuprammonium rayon produced worldwide made up only 1 percent of the total.
Another capacity expansion in the works for Asahi is at its 3600 tonne cuprammonium rayon spunbonded operation, which is currently operating at full capacity.