Diffrenttiate between natural and synthetic fiber?
Natural Fibres are made from materials that are found on the mother nature( I mean from trees, animals etc.) and synthetic fibre are made from chemicals which are obtained experimentally by humans.
synthetic fiber is a man made fiber & cellulosic fiber is a natural fiber. synthetic is a stronger than natural fiber. synthethic is used in tyer,airoplain etc.
Cotton fiber is natural fiber but natural fiber is not only cotton. Natural fiber also is silk, bamboo, hemp, wool, and whatever else that is NOT manmade or synthetic.
a natural fiber
nylon is synthetic
Spandex is a synthetic fibre.
Synthetic. It is completely man made.
synthetic fibre = man maid products natural fibre = things that are made from nature
it is a synthetic fibre...
Silk is a natural protein fiber that comes from silk worms
Rayon is a synthetic fibre.
it is a natural fiber as it is obtained from an animal i.e sheep,camel etc.
It can be either natural or synthetic.
NATURAL FIBRE : Fibres obtain from natural sources. SYNTHETIC FIBRE : Fibre made from synthetic chemical
synthetic fibers are fake of unnatural, like plastic or lament. natural fibers are found naturally on the world, examples are cotton, wood or hemp.
Jute is a natural fiber, often used to make manila bags or rope.
Natural. It is the fiber made by the silkworm to surround the cocoon of the silk worm larva.
satin is a lustrous and a very glossy fabric i think its probably a synthetic fiber
No, spandex is a synthetic fiber.
Georgette (crêpe Georgette) is a synthetic fabric.
Rayon is a manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber. ecause it is produced from naturally occurring polymer, it is neither a truly a synthetic fiber nor a natural fiber; it is a semi-synthetic or artificial. Cotton is a natural fiber from a tree or bush.
Natural and synthetic
Linen is a Natural material made from the fiber of flax.
Natural as it is produce by an animal - the angora rabbit.
Natural. Synthetic material comes from material that is man-made, usually from petrol-based materials.
Wool is not a synthetic, it is a natural fiber. Wool comes from sheep, making it a protein.
Synthetic. because they totaly man made. There raw materials are not natural fiber
Rayon is a manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber. Because it is produced from naturally occurring polymers, it is neither a truly synthetic fiber nor a natural fiber; it is a semi-synthetic or artificial fiber.
denim is both denim is both
No it is a natural fibre produced by cashmere goats
The reason that insects attack natural fibers and not synthetic fibers is because natural fibers appeal to insects as food while they do not know what the f*ck synthetic fiber is.
Synthetic fibers are man-made, such as nylon or polyester, as opposed to natural fibers such as cotton or silk.
There are many reasons as to why synthetic fibres are better than natural fibres 1) They do not wrinkle easily 2) Have good elasticity 3) They are more durable yet less expensive
No - silk is a natural fibre - produced by spiders and some insect larvae. Ammendment - Silk is a natural fiber produced by silk worms.
Wool is a natural fibre, because it comes from an animal (sheep) of nature.
Perspex is a fiber used in the textile process. It is made from plant materials but is technically a synthetic material.
Velvet is not a fiber per-se. It is a type of cloth produced by a particular method of weaving on a special loom. It can be made for either natural or synthetic fibers. Natural fibers you might expect to find in velvet include cashmere wool, silk, and cotton. Synthetic fibers that have been substituted for these natural fibers usually can also be woven into velvet fabric.
Polyester is synthetic, or man-made. It isn't derived from a plant or anything found else in nature.
Look on its label.
both have pros and cons Synthetic fibers can often be produced very cheaply and in large amounts compared to natural fibers, but for clothing natural fibers can give some benefits, such as comfort, over their man-made counterparts Natural fibers include those produced by plants, animals, and geological processes. They are biodegradable over time. Synthetic or man-made fibers generally come from synthetic materials such as petrochemicals.
Herringbone isn't a fibre - it's a weave pattern. Could be made from natural, or synthetic fibres.
The fibre which is made by human beings without using any natural thing is known as synthetic fibre
A natural fibre is extracted from a plant, while a Synthetic fibre is created using Polymerisation in which a saturated element is "cracked" (meaning to break the double bond) and to create a polymer. AKA. A Natural fibre is extracted from natural things. A Synthetic fibre is man-made.
The most durable string is made of kevlar, a synthetic fiber. Strings are also made of natural gut that comes from the intestines of a cow, synthetic gut which is a nylon fiber, and polyester.
NC Natural Resources are fiber, gas, manufactured, rubber and synthetic.
natural fibres decompose faster than man made fibres because latter is a synthetic fiber. synthetic fibre has a plastiy smell. any thing made of plastic will not degrade.
A man-made fiber is a synthetic, as opposed to a natural fiber. For example, nylon, dacron, polyester, among others, are all man made fibers. A natural fiber would be linen, cotton, wool, leather, or any fabric made from a natural source.
Yes, nylon is a synthetic fiber.
Rocks are a naturally occurring assemblage of minerals. They are not synthetic and would be described as having a crystalline rather than fibrous texture.
Denier nylon is a unit of measuring the thickness/weight of a thinly spun fiber. It indicates the material's durability, plus the fineness of fiber filaments and yarns - both natural and synthetic. The higher the denier, the thicker the fiber; the lower the denier, the finer the fiber. Ballistic nylon is a thick, even Denier nylon is a unit of measuring the thickness/weight of a thinly spun fiber. It indicates the material's durability, plus the… Read More