Bicomponent fibre

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A man-made fibre having two distinct polymer components. Both components are themselves usually fibre forming. Wool and some other animal fibres are sometimes considered to be bicomponent since they possess a side-by-side configuration of the ortho- and para-cortex which results in crimp in the fibre

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