do you think rayon when burnt will stick to the body like other synthetic fibres?

YES ,EVERY SYNTHETIC FABRIC CATCHES FIRE EASILY AND STICKS TO THE BODY..

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Yes, of course since each and every synthetic fibre burn quiet easily and sticks to the body and can cause severe burns and since rayon is also a synthetic fibre, thus it also burns easily and sticks to the body and can cause severe burns.

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Yes as all synthetic fibre ase made up of synthetic materials like plastic, and may stick to our body if burnt..

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Yes it will..But I don't know why.!
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yes. rayon will stick to our body on heating as it melts in high temperature.
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yah 
 
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YES .No doubt
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Whether a synthetic fabric sticks to the body or not depends on if it is a thermoplastic or thermo-setting plastic. Rayon, being a thermoplastic, will melt upon intense heating and will solidify on our epidermis. So this is the reason why rayon sticks to the skin (being a synthetic fibre does not make quite a difference).

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Obiously
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Synthetic fibres catch fire very easily. They melt on heating and stick to the body of the person wearing them. However, rayon is regenerated from cellulose and it doesn't melt on burning, rather it flares up like paper and smells like it.
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Yes, rayon can also burnt and stick to the body like other synthetic fibres because rayon is also a synthetic fibre and every synthetic fibre burns easily and sticks to the body and can cause severe burns
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Yes, I think rayon while burnt will not cling to our body like other artificial tissue because it is formed from cellulose from timber flesh so it would be acknowledged as plant tissue which is segmented. In other words, since rayon is made from the plant fiber it does not get stick to our body while we burn it.
 
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