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Both chrysotile, and to a much lesser degree, crocidolite (an amphi bole) are used in plastics at the present time. Other forms of amphibole fibers, such as anthophyllite and tremolite, are much less fibrous and in very limited supply. Commercial grades of chrysotile are classified by fiber length distribu tion measured by a dry screening test (1). Often, a designa tion will be added to indicate a special degree of openness or fiber separation. Amphibole fibers are classified by other systems based on length, color, or purity.
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Additives for Plastics. State of the Art by Raymond B. Seymour