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Hollow fibres

Hollow fibres

Hollow fibres is a word used on a certain Polyester hollow fibre, first introduced to the market in 1980. The cross-section of this fibre has a tubular form that contains one or more holes and gives the following advantages over solid fibres more resilience/recovery. Read more..

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Hydrogels

Hydrogels

Hydrogels can be formed from reprocessed silkworm silk [60]. These gels are formed with aqueous solutions of the fibroin prepared as outlined earlier. The rate of sol–gel transition is directly dependent on temperature (higher the temperature the more rapid the gelation), pH (lower the pH the more rapid the gelation), and solids content (higher the solids higher the rates of gelation). Read more..

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