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acrylic,

artificial fiber made from a special group of vinyl compounds, primarily acrylonitrile. Acrylic fibers are thermoplastic (i.e., soften when heated, reharden upon cooling), have low moisture regain, are low in density, and can be made into bulky fabrics. They wash and dry easily and are dimensionally stable. They are resistant to bleaches, dilute acids, and alkalies, and to weathering and microbiological attack.

Acrylic

A plastic which in solid form is rigid, clear, and transparent often used as glazing in areas for additional safety as it does not shatter.
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The latest report found on WiseGuy Reports has studied the global acrylic acid market over the forecast period of 2015-2022.
The polyester should be dyed slight heavily to allow partial transfer of disperse dyes to acrylic during second stage ofbasic colour dyeing (Choudhury, 2006).
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