Where Does Nylon Come from?

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Nylon is a man-made fiber. The polymer is generally made from the polymerization of a chemical containing two acid groups (-COOH, a dicarboxylic acid) and a chemical containing two amine groups (-NH2, a diamine).
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Nylon was invented by Wallace Carother in 1935 at DuPont's research facility in Delaware.
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