cuprammonium rayon

cuprammonium rayon

[¦kyü·prə¦mō·nē·əm ′rā‚än]
(textiles)
Rayon made from cuprammonium cellulose.
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The three products are viscose rayon staple fibers, certain cuprammonium rayon filament yarns and cashmere yarn.
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.