The text boxes in the left panel have been placed in a random order. Restore the original order by dragging the text boxes from the left panel to the right panel.
The Problem with the Viscose Rayon Process
a) The solvent used for this process is carbon disulfide, a toxic chemical that is a known human reproductive hazard. It can endanger factory workers and pollute the environment via air emissions and wastewater.
d) There is more than one way to make rayon. The most common way – and the one widely used for bamboo – is called the viscose process.
b) In this process, cellulose material (such as bamboo) is dissolved in a strong solvent to make a thick, viscous solution that is forced through a spinneret into a quenching solution where strands solidify into fiber.
c) This is sometimes called hydrolysis alkalization or solution spinning because the fiber is “spun” in a chemical solution.