Group I (Fibres):- Jute, Nylon, Leather, Wool, Bakelite
Group II (Properties of Nylon):- Lightweight, strong, absorb water, wrinkle-free
In the above-mentioned groups which of the following is an exception to it.
Group I:- Leather, Bakelite
Group II:- Absorb water
Exception in Group I (Fibres):- Bakelite and leather are not fibres. Bakelite is a thermosetting plastic which is a type of polymer but different from fibres. The leather is also not fibrous because it is just the animal skin and fibres are the thread like structures which when combined they will form the fabric.
Exception in Group II (Properties of Nylon):- Nylon is a synthetic fibre which is lightweight, strong and wrinkle free but it does not absorb water.