Carbon fibres from regenerated cellulose History and markets Carbon fibres based on viscose-type regenerated cellulose precursor fibres have been available since the 1920s. Cellulose-based carbon fibres have been overtaken by polyacrylonitrile (PAN) and isotropic pitch in many applications, especially in high-modulus composites. Cellulose and viscose precursors have still some shares of the demand due to
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