Published: Jan 1943
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To use and improve the recording medium of industrial radiography more effectively, it is necessary to evaluate the characteristics of such material quantitatively.
This paper describes methods that have been worked out for interpreting the results of controlled X-ray exposures. The results are best shown and explained in graphical form.
Chief Research Engineer, Triplett & Barton Research Group, Triplett & Barton, Inc., Burbank, Calif