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Question 1: ________ (PE), eventually with extremely long chains / HMPE (e.g.
PolyethylenePolyesterAsbestosNylon

Question 2: Plant fibers are employed in the manufacture of paper and textile (cloth), and ________ is an important component of human nutrition.
ProbioticCarnitineHerbalismDietary fiber

Question 3: acrylic polyesters, pure polyester PAN fibers are used to make ________ by roasting them in a low oxygen environment.
NylonCarbon fiberAsbestosAramid

Question 4: Modal is made from beech trees, bamboo fiber is a cellulose fiber made from bamboo, seacell is made from ________, etc.
AlgaeJapanAlgacultureSeaweed

Question 5: Polymer fibers are a subset of man-made fibers, which are based on synthetic chemicals (often from ________ sources) rather than arising from natural materials by a purely physical process.
PolycarbonateEthyleneChemical industryPetrochemical

Question 6: Vegetable fibers are generally based on arrangements of ________, often with lignin: examples include cotton, hemp, jute, flax, ramie, and sisal.
SucroseStarchCelluloseGlucose

Question 7: But some types of synthetic fibers are manufactured from natural ________, including rayon, modal, and the more recently developed Lyocell.
StarchSucroseGlucoseCellulose

Question 8: ________, made from specific glass, and optical fiber, made from purified natural quartz, are also man-made fibers that come from natural raw materials.
Silicon dioxideFiberglassPlasticAsbestos

Question 9: Asbestos is the only naturally occurring long ________ fiber.
CalciumMineralSolidCarbon

Question 10: Cellulose fibers are a subset of man-made fibers, regenerated from natural ________.
SucroseStarchGlucoseCellulose
















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