Carbon Fiber (a.k.a. Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic, CFRP) is a fiber containing at least 90% carbon by weight, obtained by pyrolysis of an appropriate precursor fiber. It is a fiber used as yarns, felt, or powder like short monofilaments with diameters smaller than 10 micrometers, consisting of at least 92 wt% carbon. They are mainly applied to reinforce polymers, in the same manner that glass fibers, but presenting superior stiffness, combined with high strength and low density.
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