Carbon fibres from bio-based raw materials Carbon fibres are produced by thermal treatment of carbon-containing materials, preferably from those of high carbon content (meaning low weight loss in pyrolysis) such as PAN, pitch, phenolic resins and aromatic polyamides, as shown by Table 1. Highly oriented viscose (polynosic, modal, lyocell) is the most used bio-based raw
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