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Wet Spinning

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*11/14/2013
from 12/10/2012

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1. “Wet spinningWet spinning is the oldest of the four processes. This process is used for polymers that need to be dissolved in a solvent to be spun. The spinneret is submerged in a chemical bath that causes the fiber to precipitate, and then solidify, as it emerges. The process gets its name from this "wet" bath. Acrylic, rayon, aramid, modacrylic, and spandex are produced via this process.” (Wikipedia, Wet Spinning, 12/10/2012)

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* Date of latest addition; date of first entry is 12/10/2012.