Nylon is not soluble in water; it is soluble in
hexafluoroisopropanol and m-cresol.
Soluble in what? It is very slightly soluble in in boiling water, soluble in m-cresol and phenol, and is degraded by acids.
Salt is water soluble, use that to your advantage. You should be able to wash the salt off just by rinsing it. Hot water will dissolve the salt faster, but make sure it isn't so hot that is melts the nylon.
Disperse Dye is an organic dye used to dye cellulose acetate and are water soluble. These dyes are mainly use in dying of polyester, nylon and acrylic fibers.
nylon 6 and nylon 66 are the two most briefly divided types of nylon.
no, nylon is not biodegradable!
Is there any difference? nylon 6 and nylon 66 they are both nylon so...
caprolactum for nylon 6 and adipic acid and hexamethylenediamine for nylon 6,6
Here are some sentences. Nylon is a type of plastic. His pants are made of nylon.
Nylon is an synthetic material.
Nylon is not an expensive material.
The dog has a nylon leash.
Nylon is a synthetic polymer
Nylon is not biodegradable.
You can make nylon Quilts
nylon is a kind of material that you use for making clothings. nylon works by a factury.
NO, you cannot iron a patch onto nylon, the nylon will melt. You will have to sew it on.
Nylon fiber is a hydrophobic polymer.
We dont use ammonia to make nylon. Nylon is a polymer.
Solid nylon is waterproof. Nylon fabric is not, unless it has been specially treated.
Nylon was first produced in USA.
nylon is a strong material
Nylon is a synthetic material.
Yes, Nylon is mostly recyclable!
nylon is about as strong as a spider's silk
Nylon is not natural. It is manufactured.