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Fiber

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8Gbit/s Polarization Multiplexed NRZ-QPSK over 6400km of Standard Fiber with no Optical Dispersion Compensation")
A replacement for long-glass PP, it contains 30% by weight abaca fiber from banana leaves (usually used for making rope).
With carbon nanotubes contributing just 10 percent of the weight of the fiber, the researchers boosted the fiber's strength by 50 percent and its stiffness by 100 percent.
Paper and board mills depending on recovered fiber will need to become more cost-competitive and efficient by upgrading their de-inking and fiber recovery systems if they want to compete successfully for their share of prime papermaking fiber.
The last issue to consider with dark fiber is the physical paths or route of the fiber.
High fiber foods are nutrient dense, generally low fat, highly satisfying foods.
As a result of observations of the surface of the fibers during the progress of the fatigue, it was found that a fracture interface caused in the rubber side, which was good at the initial stage of the fatigue test, was shifted toward the fiber side during the fatigue test.
You can put any kind of small molecule in there and spin it at the same time as the fiber," says polymer scientist John F.
Of these, 350 use at least some recovered paper, while 160 use recovered paper exclusively as their fiber source.
Recycled fiber content slid from a high of 10 percent in the early 1990s to a current rate of less than five percent.
Because fiber is not absorbed into the bloodstream, it has had a hard time achieving nutrient status.