viscose[ vis-kohs ]SEE DEFINITION OF viscose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VISCOSE
The gills are said to be of one color and the ring floccose, viscose, and evanescent in drying.
Nitro and viscose silks are more brilliant and lustrous than are real silks.
Thus in the case of the wood celluloses the percentage recovered from solution as viscose is from 93 to 95 p.ct.
Plane or flat by solidifying the viscose on glass surfaces, removing the by-products and rolling the films.
A report on the industrial development of viscose, covering essentially the same ground as the above.
Viscose tubes for sausage containers are more sanitary and appetizing than the customary casings.
The viscose threads made by the process look as well as silk, but they are not so strong, especially when wet.
Viscose film, transparent and a thousandth of an inch thick (cellophane), serves for candy wrappers.
But this effect equally follows from addition of alkali to the viscose itself.
Was the viscose in the blanket that we have been examining lustered or delustered?