Modal (fibre) (generic name)

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A term used to describe fibres of regenerated cellulose obtained by processes giving a high tenacity and a high wet modulus. These fibres must be able, in the wet state, to withstand without breaking a force of 22.O cN per tex. Under this force, the elongation in the wet state should not be greater than 15%.

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