a Structure of cotton fiber, b Cross section of the cotton fiber : 92
The macrostructure of the cotton fiber is represented in
Fig. 1 and is constituted by four different regions [5: 92] as
The cuticle is the skin of the fiber and is a fine and
hydrophobic waxy layer.
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