Which plant do you get nylon from?
Nylon is an artificial material and does not come from a plant.
That is not entirely true nylon is made from by products of oil and oil comes from plant's. so one could say that nylon comes from a mixture of different plants.
the invista plant
Nylon is a manufactured fabric. It does not come from plant fibers.
Cotton is natural fiber harvested from an organic, living plant, while nylon is a man - made fabric
No, lettuces are leaves of a plant and so they biological and living. A macromolecule is something like nylon or a diamond.
a ammonia plant makes ammonia by using a special process called the Haber Bosch process they are infamous by their smell, they make fertilizers and sometimes dyes and nylon
Cotton is a natural material- it is part of the cotton plant that is spun (twisted) into thread. Cotton is not an invention in the sense that nylon is. Nylon is a man made fiber, but cotton (and wool and linen) are natural materials- grown, not made.
nylon 6 and nylon 66 are the two most briefly divided types of nylon.
Is there any difference? nylon 6 and nylon 66 they are both nylon so...
no, nylon is not biodegradable!
nylon is a polymer
caprolactum for nylon 6 and adipic acid and hexamethylenediamine for nylon 6,6
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 is an synthetic material.
Nylon is a synthetic polymer
The dog has a nylon leash.
Nylon is a compound
Nylon is not an expensive material.
You can make nylon Quilts
Nylon is not biodegradable.
nylon is synthetic and cotton is grown from a plant The biggest difference is that nylon is synthetic (man-made), while cotton is organic (found in nature). Cotton has been harvested from cotton plants and used for cloth for almost 7,000 years. It is used in many types of everyday cloth such as T-shirts, sheets, jeans, and terrycloth (the soft fluffy cloth used in towels and bathrobes). Nylon, on the other hand, was first created in… Read More
Solid nylon is waterproof. Nylon fabric is not, unless it has been specially treated.
We dont use ammonia to make nylon. Nylon is a polymer.
yes, indeed Nylon is. Nylon is a substance or substances of negative balance and can only ever be Organic because of the elements inside the Nylon it's self.
Nylon 6 is supposed to have a lesser melting temperature than Nylon 6,6. Tm of Nylon 6 = 250 degree C
It depends on what sort of fabric it is. Cotton is an example of a fabric that comes from a plant, but nylon is an example of a man-made fabric.
Nylon feet is referring to the lowest end of a nylon stocking. It covers the feet and also includes the legs with the nylon stocking. Nylon in of itself is a smooth type of material of which is sometimes associated with stockings.
It is as its made, that's how you get nylon thread.
Nylon was first produced in USA.
Yes, Nylon is mostly recyclable!
Nylon is a synthetic material.
nylon is a strong material
Nylon is not natural. It is manufactured.
nylon is about as strong as a spider's silk
No - nylon is an insulator.
Nylon is a polyamide.
nylon bonding type
They make special plant holders that you can place plants into. These are made out of wire, macrame (a type of yarn or nylon) or plastic. Hammer a nail under a patio or wear ever you wish to hang it.
To have a nylon fleece you would have to bind the nylon polyester and cotten together. !! Ollie Price
Nylon IS the tradename. Nylon is the tradename created by Dupont for a generic fibre called Polyamide
Here are some sentences. Nylon is a type of plastic. His pants are made of nylon.
The most common form of nylon is Nylon-66. Nylon-66 has the formula (-NH-CO-(CH2)4-CO-NH-(CH2)6-)n , where n is a natural number, meaning nylon is a chain.
Nylon clothes tend to carry a charge better than cotton. This is especially true if other nylon is present, such as a nylon rug.
Nylon is a material that can be manufactured into woven OR knitted fabric. For example, pantyhose are manufactured from kintted nylon. On the other hand, many windbreakers are manufactured from woven nylon.
Nylon is a polyamide. There are two: nylon 6.6, which was invented by DuPont, and nylon 6, which was invented by BASF. DuPont had a patent on nylon 6.6 and wouldn't license it; BASF wanted to play in the polyamides market so they created a similar material using a different process. Of the two, nylon 6.6 has a higher melt point and is a little harder than nylon 6. Nylon 6.6 is a polymer of… Read More
Yes, nylon is a thermoplastic. The FTC defines nylon as "a synthetic long-chain thermoplastic polyamide fiber..."
Nylon fabric is a poly amide made from petroleum. Nylon was the first synthetic fibre produced in 1935.
I found a website and it said that nylon took from 1 - 4 months for nylon to decompose.
During WWII, the DuPont company introduced America to nylon stockings, the beginning of the production and popularity of nylon.