Synthetic fibre called Rayon

Rayon, a synthetic fibre derived from cellulose was patented in 1884 by Count Louis-Marie-Hilaire Bernigaud de Chardonnet, who began producing it in a factory, commercially in 1892 at Besancon, France.

Date:
      1892
Name(s):
      Count Louis-Marie-Hilaire Bernigaud de Chardonnet
Occupation:
      Inventor
Location:
      Besancon, France


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