Characterization of a Material Based on Short Natural Fique Fibers

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Navacerrada Saturio, María de los Ángeles; Díaz Sanchidrián, César; Fernández, Patricia;

Fique is a biodegradable natural fiber derived from the Colombian Agavaceae family, originating in tropical America and traditionally used for the manufacture of packaging and cordages. Today, however, new uses are being developed. To meet the need for new good-quality,... View more
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