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== Additional Information ==
 
 
° M. Joseph, ''Introductory Textile Science'', Holt Reinhold & Winston, Fort Worth, 1986, p. 135. ° G.Cook, ''Handbook of Textile Fibres:II. Man-made Fibres'', 5th edition, Merrow Publishing Co., Durham, England, 1984.
 
  
 
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* Marjory L. Joseph, ''Introductory Textile Science'', Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Fort Worth, TX, 1986
 
* Marjory L. Joseph, ''Introductory Textile Science'', Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Fort Worth, TX, 1986
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* G.Cook, ''Handbook of Textile Fibres:II. Man-made Fibres'', 5th edition, Merrow Publishing Co., Durham, England, 1984.
  
 
* F. Kidd, ''Brushmaking Materials'', Bristish Brush Manufacturers, London, 1957
 
* F. Kidd, ''Brushmaking Materials'', Bristish Brush Manufacturers, London, 1957

Latest revision as of 13:12, 26 July 2020

Description

A polymer formed from hexamethylene diamine and sebacic acid. Nylon 6,10 is similar in most properties to nylon 6 and 6,6, but it has a lower melting point and better resilience. Nylon 6,10 is most often used for paintbrushes, toothbrushes and molded plastic items.

See Nylon fiber.

Synonyms and Related Terms

sebacic nylon; Tynex [DuPont]; Brulon 255 [ICI]; Brulon 258 [ICI]; Brulon 259 [ICI]; Grayni [Slack Sales Co.]; Rhodiaceta [Rhodiaceta, France]

Other Properties

Resistant to alkalis and most organic solvents. Degraded by concentrated acids and phenol. Burns with yellow-orange flame and blue smoke; smells of burnt horn. Moisture regain = 2.6 %

Melting Point 214
Density 1.07-1.09

Sources Checked for Data in Record

  • Richard S. Lewis, Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 10th ed., 1993
  • Meredith Montague, contributed information, 1998
  • Marjory L. Joseph, Introductory Textile Science, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Fort Worth, TX, 1986
  • G.Cook, Handbook of Textile Fibres:II. Man-made Fibres, 5th edition, Merrow Publishing Co., Durham, England, 1984.
  • F. Kidd, Brushmaking Materials, Bristish Brush Manufacturers, London, 1957