1. Melt spinning of polymers involves the forcing of polymer melt through spinnerettes (fine holes) into an atmosphere kept at a temperature lower than the melting point of the polymer, which causes the fine diameter polymer melt to harden into filaments. Melt spinning is not used in case of the __________ fibres.





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