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Structure of Nylon Fabric

- Oct 12, 2017 -

Polyamide commonly known as nylon (Nylon), English name Polyamide (PA), density 1.15G/CM3, is the main chain of molecules containing repetitive amide group-[nhco]-thermoplastic resin collectively, including aliphatic PA, fat-aromatic pa and aromatic pa. There are many kinds of pa varieties, large production, widely used, and its name is determined by the number of carbon atoms of synthetic monomer. Invented by the famous American chemist Carothers and his research team.

Nylon is a kind of polyamide fiber (nylon), can be made of growth fiber or staple fiber. Polyamide fiber is the name of the product, also known as Kevlar (Nylon). English name Polyamide (PA), the basic constituent substance is the aliphatic polyamide which is connected by the amide bond-[nhco]-.