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 What year was cellophane invented?

Answer Cellophane was invented in 1908 by Swiss chemist Jacques Brandenberger. He first developed the thin, viscous film to waterproof tablecloths. These tablecloths didn't sell but Brandenberger saw pote... Read More »
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Who invented cellophane?

Jacques E. Brandenberger invented cellophane in 1908. To create the material, Brandenberger used wood cellulose, from which he also derived the name of his invention. Brandenberger sold the rights ... Read More »
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Who invented cellophane&when?

Cellophane was invented in 1908 by Swiss chemist Jacques Brandenberger. Brandenberger originally set out to discover a clear, waterproof film to adhere to cloth but realized that cellophane had man... Read More »
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When was the first cellophane invented?

Cellophane was invented in 1908 by Jacques Brandenberger, a Swiss chemist. Brandenberger was employed in a French textile factory and was working on a project to create a stain-proof tablecloth. He... Read More »
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Who invented pickleball&what year was it invented?

Pickleball was invented in 1965 by Joel Pritchard and Bill Bell. The court included a badminton net that had been lowered to a height of 36 inches. A plastic ball was used along with paddles that w... Read More »
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