a viscous solution prepared by treating cellulose with caustic soda and carbon bisulfide: used in manufacturing regenerated cellulose fibers, sheets, or tubes, as rayon or cellophane.
of, relating to, or made from viscose.
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How to use viscose in a sentence
Rayon and viscose first came about in the late 19th century as a way to recreate natural fibers in cases of scarcity.
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But this effect equally follows from addition of alkali to the viscose itself.Researches on Cellulose | C. F. Cross
Was the viscose in the blanket that we have been examining lustered or delustered?
The viscose fiber I have drawn here is what we would term a lustrous fiber.
We found no brown cotton fibers, no green viscose fibers, and no woolen fibers.
Did this single brown viscose fiber match the fibers from the blanket, Exhibit 140?
British Dictionary definitions for viscose
a viscous orange-brown solution obtained by dissolving cellulose in sodium hydroxide and carbon disulphide. It can be converted back to cellulose by an acid, as in the manufacture of rayon and cellophane
(as modifier): viscose rayon
rayon made from this material
another word for viscous
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