Cotton is one of the most used products in our society. It has become an empire. Cotton is hydrphilic in nature because it is chemically structured in a way that it “likes” water. Cotton is cellulose, or carbohydrate. Its chemical chains have OH on the ends that connect well with water because of its “sticky nature” caused by a slightly negative charge. Cotton can hold 25 times its weight in water because of this relationship.
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