Comments on www.fibersource.com
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- an advertising executive from New York
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- a student from Seattle
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- a student in Ithaca, NY
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- a research & development chemist in Illinois
I use your web site almost every day for information for my Introductory Textile Science class at Florida State University. The students have a direct link and they use it frequently also.
- a student at Texas Womans University
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- an associate professor in Tallahassee
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- a environmental engineer from Louisiana
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- a mom from Ohio
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-a textile engineer major at Georgia Tech
Your website is fabulous! At last I know what makes a polyester a polyester and not a polyolefin. For some reason, when the chemists I write for tried to explain the big picture of polymers, I ended up in a tangle of mismatched details. Now I know why rayon isnt a synthetic and how closely related nylons and aramids are. Hooray. . . . The text you present is thorough and doesnt leapfrog intermediate information, very well organized and easy to traverse, and easy and fun to read. Grown up, informative, and without pretension. Thanks!!
- a technical writer
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- a high school student from Miami, FL
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- a textile & fiber engineering major at Georgia Tech
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- a fabric producer in Israel
I use your website quite frequently, particularly to update information for the revision of my textbook.
- an Associate Dean at the University of Tennessee
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- a student at Texas Womans University
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- a high school student in New Zealand
I was looking for a description of what rayon is and stumbled on your website.
Two hours later . . .
You cover everything from the basics to the chemistry in a format that neither intimidates the reader nor sets the teeth on edge with over-simplification. Providing understandable, thorough information to both third-graders and chemical engineers is incredibly challenging . . . Kudos!
- an architect from Indianapolis, IN