Regenerated Fibres?

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These are fibres that are made from cellulose a natural polymer, but the fibre structure has been chemically altered by man, therefore the original fibres are reborn or regenerated, but are not totally man-made.
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I don't think that there is much difference between the two.
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To make regenerated cellulose fibres, purified cellulose (derived, for example, from wood) is liquified, then extruded to make fibres. These fibres may be woven to make Rayon fabrics
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Antlers with velvet coats are signs of new antler growth. Deer regenerate their antlers every year beginning in the spring. Antlers grow into thick bones that are surrounded by velvet-type
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Nothing. Fibre is the British/Canadian spelling and fiber is the American (and generally rest of the world) spelling, like tyre and tire. Note that one technology, called Fibre Channel
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Regenerated fibre is fibre that is produced from raw materials that form fibres naturally. For example wood pulp or cotton linter. These raw materials are reformed to produce fibres for making into yarns.
Regenerated fibres are produced from raw materials that form fibres naturally, for example wood pulp or cotton linter. These raw materials are reformed to produce fibres or filaments suitable for making into yarns. The first commercial regenerated synthetic fibre was rayon, also known as artificial silk and was made from modified cellulose / wood pulp, later known as viscose.
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