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The thin filament-like substance,
which can be woven into a fabric, are called fibres.
Fibres are classified as:
It is a polyamide fibre. The monomer, Î-caprolactum,
contains 6 carbon atoms and hence the name Nylon-6.
It is a polyamide fibre. The two raw materials, adipic acid
and hexamethylene diamine, contain 6 carbon atoms, each. Hence, the name
Nylon 6, 6.
Of Nylon-6, 6