Physical and chemical peculiarity of fibre structure Fibres are the unique materials which are the main construction elements of the organic world, the materials of our mode of life, and the technique and base of many other areas. It is very interesting and important to look at fibres as original physical bodies, thin and long,
Authors & references
Professor Emeritus, Pertti Nousiainen, Tampere University
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