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Definition: Cross-linked, three-dimensional, phenolic-aldehyde fibers typically prepared by the acid-catalyzed, cross-linking of a melt-spun novolac resin with formaldehyde. These fibers are highly flame resistant, but are not considered to be high temperature fibers. They are used with a wide variety of matrix materials to form composites