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Question 1: Tyvek (pronounced /taɪˈvɛk/) is a brand of flashspun high-density polyethylene fibers, a synthetic material; the name is a registered trademark of ________.
ComcastDuPontSunocoHSBC Bank USA

Question 2: Instead, DuPont runs a program in the United States where disposable clothing, coveralls, lab coats, and other Tyvek disposable ________ can be recycled, as well as providing a mail-in recycling program for envelopes.
SilkDress codeClothingWool

Question 3: [8] More recently fashion retailer and manufacture ________ have included white Tyvek shorts as part of their range.
United StatesAmerican ApparelLos AngelesAmerican Red Cross

Question 4:
Tyvek, Polypropylene and Polyethylene are all:
Brand name materials Polyolefins Synthetic paper DuPont products

Question 5: The material is very strong; it is difficult to tear but can easily be cut with ________ or any other sharp object.
BillhookScissorsKnifePliers

Question 6:
Tyvek, Spandex and Gore-Tex are all:
DuPont products Technical fabrics Synthetic paper Brand name materials

Question 7: It was first discovered in 1955 by DuPont researcher Jim White who saw ________ fluff coming out of a pipe in a DuPont experimental lab.
Ultra high molecular weight polyethylenePolyethyleneNylonPolyester

Question 8:
Tyvek, FR-2 and Teslin are all:
Plastics Synthetic paper DuPont products Nonwoven fabrics

Question 9:
Tyvek, Plastic and Polyvinyl chloride are all:
DuPont products Plastics Polyolefins Nonwoven fabrics

Question 10:
Tyvek, Polytetrafluoroethylene and Kevlar are all:
DuPont products Polyolefins Plastics Brand name materials







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