hard fiber

hard fiber

[′härd ‚fī·bər]
(botany)
A heavily lignified leaf fiber used in making cordage, twine, and textiles.
(materials)
Indicating vulcanization with zinc chloride; used of paper or boards.
References in classic literature ?
Did I not always see some hard fiber in her nature?
Ripe, dried coconut provides a hard fiber, while the green fruit yields a cellulose-like fiber.
The supplier is working with different finishes to add a protective coating to the bamboo, because although is a hard fiber, it's not indestructible.
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While in most such materials a matrix of hard fibers contains a softer filling, the reverse is true for the urchins' tooth.
We can observe that we obtain a higher degree of reinforcement if we use hard fibers tissue (500 g/[m.