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First, the bamboo leaves are crushed, its inner pith, and the trunk to break down the material physically.
Second, the crushed Bamboo is soaked in a sodium hydroxide solution at 20 to 25 degrees Celsius for one to three hours. The process forms alkali produces alkali cellulose.
Third, the cellulose is pressed to remove excess sodium hydroxide from the mixture, and then it is crushed in a grinder and left to dry for 24 hours.
Fourth, add almost three times the amount of carbon disulphide to the cellulose as it will turn it into jell.
Fifth, decompress the jell to evaporate any excess carbon disulphide and then add sodium hydroxide to the resultant sodium xanthogenate, which produces a viscose solution of 5% sodium hydroxide and seven to 15 per cent bamboo fibre.
Bamboo cellulose is squirted into a sulfuric acid solution via a spinneret nozzle, which produces bamboo threads that are spun into bamboo yarn.
The yarn is then knitted to create socks, bed sheets, clothing, etc.
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