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Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian researchers have shown that polyester reinforced with particles of rubberwood and coconut shells are stronger than unreinforced polyester.
Mohd Iqbal Misnon and collaborators of UiTM Shah Alam, Malaysia tested hybrid composites made of rubberwood, coconut shell and textile fabrics (woven cotton and polyester fabrics).
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Research Summary from UiTM