what plant is used to make linen?
what does diluting an acid mean?
what fabric is made by tiny animals who eat mulberry leaves?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
flax is used to make linen
diluting an acid makes it weaker
silk is made be silkworms that eat mulberry leaves
- science teacherLv 71 decade ago
The flax plant is used to make linen.
Diluting an acid is to add water and make it weaker.
The fabric made from tiny animals that eat mulberry leaves is silk. Silk worm larvae spin cocoons . They would hatch to be moths, if the cocoons were not unwound.
Don't forget cotton and wool in your list of natural fibers.
- agedlionessLv 51 decade ago
flax is the plant that makes linen.
presumably diluting an acid would mean mixing it with water or some other inert ingredient.
the silkworm larvae feeds only on mulberry leaves then
spins its cocoon which can be unwound and is the silk
fiber. the process is fatal to the larvae.
- Stewart HLv 41 decade ago
Flax is used to make linen.
Add water to an acid to dilute it.
Silk worms eat mulberry leaves and make silk.