Classify the following fibre as natural or synthetic: cotton - Science

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Classify the following fibre as natural or synthetic:

cotton

Options

  • natural

  • synthetic

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Solution

natural fibre

Concept: Fibre
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Chapter 3: Fibre to Fabric - Exercises [Page 24]

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NCERT Science Class 6
Chapter 3 Fibre to Fabric
Exercises | Q 1. c) | Page 24

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