Nytril | Article about nytril by The Free Dictionary
A manufactured fiber containing at least 85% of a long-chain polymer of vinylidene dinitrile, where the vinylidene dinitrile content is no less than every other unit in the polymer chain.
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Prior to the addition of PLA, the FTC recognized only 23 generic fibers, including familiar names such as cotton, rayon, polyester and spandex, as well as lesser-known fibers, such as azlon, nytril