- n. 人造丝；人造纤维
- n. (Rayon)人名；(法、西)拉永
来自 ray,光线，-on,表纺织品，词源同 nylon.比喻用法，因其透射光线而命名。
- rayon (n.)
- 1924, chosen by National Retail Dry Goods Association of America, probably from French rayon "beam of light, ray," from rai (see ray (n.1)), which also was used in Middle English as a name for a type of cloth. So called because it is shiny. A more marketable alternative than the original patented name, artificial silk (1884), or the intervening attempt, Glos, which was "killed by ridicule" ["Draper's Record," June 14, 1924].
- 1. Wool has more body than rayon.
- 2. Rayon rank second only to cotton as the most widely used fiber.
- 3. Rayon ranks second only to cotton as the most widely used fiber.
- 4. Copper is also employed in the alkaline Bemberg rayon process.
- 5. Cotton and rayon yarns are most often sized with water - insoluble starches.
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