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Aramid molecules are dispersed in the conventional polymers finely and uniformly in a state of molecules, microfibrils, fibrils or filaments by various methods such as coprecipitation from a common solvent. Very small fraction of rigid component as low as less than 5 % shows an outstanding reinforcing effect on the matrix polymers, when the rigid component forms a quasi-3-dimensional lattice. Based on this model, the anisotropy of modulus was reasonably explained. Typical examples of moleculardoi:10.1351/pac198355050819 fatcat:dk62lbjtkjgohmrgtzverw3vfe