Chemical fibers are made up of the same molecules as cotton, but have a different structure.
Cotton fibers are composed of a polysaccharide called dicarboxylic acid, which has a low molecular weight, low energy, and is often found in plant foods.
Other chemicals in cotton have a higher energy level, but the molecular weight of the dicarbonyl group can be less than 10 percent of that of the chemical fiber.
Chemicals in cotton may have an energy value that is comparable to that of petroleum, but are much more toxic to human health.
Chemically, cotton fibers are known as dicarbonates, carbonates, or cellulose, and are used to make textiles, paper, plastics, paperboard, and paperboardboard fabric.
Synthetic fibers, or synthetic fibers, are made of fibers made from natural materials such as cellulose or cellulosic fibers.
Synthetics are made by combining synthetic materials with the natural structure of natural fibers to create synthetic fibers.
Cotton is a synthetic fiber.
Chemical fibers used in textiles can be dyed with dyes, and some synthetics are biodegradable.
In addition to the chemical and chemical-based products, synthetic fibers also make up fabrics, including those made from paper, fabric, or paperboard.
Synthetically-derived fabrics have a lower energy value than natural fibers and can be used for fabrics that have low energy and are not biodegraded.
Chemical fiber is an inexpensive source of fiber for textiles.
Cotton has a very high energy value.
Cotton fiber has been used as a textile for many centuries.
Cotton was first used to form the fabric of clothing.
Cotton cloth has been made from the fibers of cotton, wool, and other plants that grow in many countries.
Cotton textile has a long history of use in weaving.
Cotton, along with linen and wool, has also been used for textile production.
Cotton fabrics have been used to manufacture clothing in the U.S. since the 1880s.
Cotton production has expanded dramatically since the early 1900s, and today the United States has about one billion pounds of cotton yarn, more than any other country.
The United States is a world leader in cotton production, with more than 2,000 cotton mills producing cotton yarn for apparel, footwear, and textile products.
Cotton products account for a large part of the apparel and footwear sales in the United Kingdom, France, and Spain, and the apparel market in the European Union.
Cotton yarn is used to produce clothing, footwear and other apparel items, including clothing, socks, sweaters, shirts, and accessories.
Cotton wool is used in apparel and clothing accessories worldwide.
The U.K. and Spain use more than 50 million pounds of the fibers used for clothing.
The European Union uses about 2.7 million pounds annually.
The fiber used to fabricate cotton clothing has been in use for more than 4,000 years, making it one of the oldest fibers known to humankind.
The most common uses of cotton textile are textile, apparel, and footwear.
Cotton clothing, which is the most commonly used fabric in the clothing industry, is used primarily for footwear.
Many shoes and other footwear have synthetic fibers and have been made with the synthetic fibers as a result.
Some of the most popular shoes that use synthetic fibers are the Air Jordan IV, Air Jordan VII, and Air Max 1.
Synthesizers and textiles made from these fibers are widely available.
Synthesis of synthetic fibers is also used for the manufacture of plastic and polycarbonate products, such as glass, ceramics, and ceramic tiles.
Polycarbonate is used for most consumer products such as jewelry, glassware, and kitchenware.
Polyethylene glycol (PEG) is also a synthetic polymer used for high-performance automotive windshields, as well as automotive brake pads.
Many of the synthetic materials that make up synthetic fibers can be found in plants such as the cotton, linen, wool and wood fibers, which provide fiber for many of these products.
Syntheses of fibers are also used in the manufacture and packaging of plastics and polymers.
Plastic is made from synthetic fibers made of carbon, silicon, and oxygen.
Polymers are made from polymers made from carbon, aluminum, oxygen, and nitrogen.
Polyester, a polyurethane used as an industrial synthetic, is made by adding carbon, oxygen and nitrogen to synthetic fibers to form a polyester that is resistant to UV light.
Synthetes are also widely used in plastics and in the packaging of some plastics.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a polymer that can be produced from polyester fibers, and plastic is often made from PVC.
Some plastics, such a polypropylene plastic, are known for being more flexible than their plastic counterparts.
Synthenes are the only synthetics used for food-grade packaging.
A few synthetics have been found in food-source foods