General elementary theory of polymer fibre forming Fibres are very thin and at least 100 times their diameter. They are formed from longitudinally oriented macromolecules having a cross-section of at least hundreds of millions of polymer bonds. As a result, the strength of the chemical bond of the polymer is correspondingly multiplied, whereby the fibres
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