Creslan?
Title: Creslan® (Am. Cyanamid)
Trademarks: Fiber X-54; Exlan
Literature References: A copolymer of acrylonitrile possibly with acrylamide or a substituted acrylamide. Ref: R. W. Moncrieff, Man-Made Fibres (John Wiley, New York, 1963) p 483.
Properties: Off-white fiber. Specific gravity 1.17. Sticks at 210┬░. Shrinkage in boiling water, 1%. Sunlight has negligible effect. Resistance to acids: good except to mineral acids. Resistance to alkalies: fair to dilute, poor to concd. Good resistance to cleaning solvents. Superior to its forerunner, fiber X-51, in the ease with which it can be dyed.
Use: Recommended for those uses that acrylics generally fill. It is claimed that it can be durably pleated.

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