Published Online: 1973
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Some of the properties of film and vision which affect radiographic sensitivity are discussed. Values of obtainable equivalent penetrameter sensitivity are given for some practical conditions when radiographing ¼- to 2-in.-thick steel with X-rays and 1- to 6-in.-thick steel with Co-60. Limitations to calculations of sensitivity for other conditions are given based on these results.
Research Laboratories, Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York
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