Viscose

A higher performance generation of rayon, made from cellulose fibers. It wrinkles less, is stronger and is woven into light and heavy weight fabrics. When the fabric is washed before clothing construction, rayon clothing will be washable after construction without much shrinkage. Commonly referred to as simply rayon.
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Viscose

Viscose is a solution of cellulose xanthate made by treating dissolving pulp with aqueous sodium hydroxide and carbon disulfide. Byproducts include sodium thiocarbonate, sodium carbonate, and sodium sulfide. The viscose solution is used to spin the fiber viscose rayon, or rayon, a soft man-made fiber commonly used in dresses, linings, shirts, shor...
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viscose

(or Rayon) A manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber produced from naturally occurring polymers. It is neither a truly synthetic fiber nor a natural fiber, it is a semi-synthetic fiber. Rayon usually has a high luster quality giving it a bright shine. SEE RAYON. NOTE:
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Viscose

A man made synthetic fiber, typically referred to as rayon. Viscose has a silken, smooth feel and a terrific drape, and is often used for linings and bridal garments.
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Viscose

A manufactured fiber made of regenerated cellulose. It is soft, absorbent and drapes well.
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Viscose

A special form of rayon that is produced by putting wood pulp or cotton linters through a specialized spinning and chemical process. Viscose yarn is popular in high end upholstery fabrics, particularly viscose chenilles, because of the yarn's lustrous appearance and strength.
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Viscose

Man made natural polymer regenerated cellulose fibre.
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Viscose

The European term for rayon.
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Viscose

the generic name for a type of cellulosic fibre or cellulosic filament obtained by the viscose process.
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Viscose

The most common type of rayon.
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viscose

The most common type of rayon. It is produced in much greater quantity than cuprammonium rayon, the other commercial type.
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Viscose

Typically referred to as rayon, this is a man-made synthetic fabric that has a great drape and silky feel.
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viscose

viscose 1. A thick, golden-brown viscous solution of cellulose xanthate, used in the manufacture of rayon and cellophane. 2. A viscous solution prepared by treating cellulose with caustic soda and carbon bisulfide; used in manufacturing regenerated cellulose fibers, sheets, or tubes, as rayon or cellophane.
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Viscose

Viscose is a yellowish, syrupy solution made by treating cellulose with sodium hydroxide and carbon disulphide. The solution is then regenerated as continuous filament for the making of rayon and as cellophane.
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viscose

Yellowish, syrupy solution made by treating cellulose with sodium hydroxide and carbon disulphide or with cuprammonium liquor and sodium hydroxide. The solution is then regenerated as continuous filament (rayon) by forcing it through very small holes and solidifying it (in a process known as spinning). Forcing viscose through a slit instead of smal...
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