Patents

Water-absorbent Polymer Composite Comprising Two Or More Fibers, And Composition Thereof

May 6, 2008

A water-absorbent polymer composite comprising a water-absorbent polymer particle and two or more fibers has been patented. The polymer particle has a substantially spherical shape. At least one of two or more fibers is partially wrapped in the polymer particle and partially exposed to outside the particle. At least one of the two or more fibers is unwrapped in the polymer particle and partially adhered to a surface of the polymer particle.
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