Aramid

An artificially-made organic material that forms very long and stiff fibres.

Aromatic polyamide fibres characterized by excellent high-temperature, flame-resistance, and electrical properties. Aramid fibres are used to achieve high-strength, high-modulus reinforcement in plastic composites.


See also: Aramid Fibres, Polyamide.

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Subjects: Chemistry