An Aramid Fiber is a fiber formed by at least 85% amide linkages attached directly to two aromatic rings forming a long chain polyamide.
There are two basic forms, a para-polyamide (such as Kevlar) and a meta-polyamide (such as Nomex).
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Kevlar, para-Aramid Fiber
Nomex, meta-Aramid Fiber