A polyamide is a macromolecule with repeating units linked by amide bonds.
Polyamides occur both naturally and artificially. Examples of naturally occurring ...
Uses of polyamides. The properties of the polyamides (nylons), which include
high strength, abrasion resistance, and resilience, make them very important in
Nylon: Apart from obvious uses in textiles for clothing and carpets, a lot of nylon is
used to make tire cords - the inner ...
The name "nylons" refers to the group of plastics known as polyamides. Nylons
are typified by amide groups (CONH) and encompass a range of material types ...
Zytel® PA polyamide nylon is specified for a variety of uses, from car parts to
protecting sensitive electronic components. It's performance-tested for strength, ...
Polyamide. A polyamide fibre is defined by BISFA as being "a fibre composed of
linear macromolecules having in the chain ... Properties and End-Uses.
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2.1 Chemistry of nylon; 2.2 Bulk properties of nylon; 2.3 Historical uses; 2.4 Uses
of ... A polyamide is a polymer containing monomers joined by peptide bonds.
the 1950s and is estimated to represent more than 25% of total polyamide use in
... end uses and often for metal replacement applications (see Engineering ...
Swicofil is the trusted name in the textile industry for polyamide yarns (nylon) ...
The commercial production of nylon 6 begins with caprolactam uses a ...