density scale

density scale

[′den·səd·ē ‚skāl]
(graphic arts)
A value for the range density for a photographic material that corresponds to the difference between the maximum density and the minimum density. Also known as net density.
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This is important as women who are on the higher end of the breast density scale carry a higher risk for breast cancer some time during their lifetime.
At the opposite end of the density scale, GE Plastics will display new grades of its highly filled "Heavy" Valox PBT (PT, Dec.
Because of these issues, radiologists classify breast density using a four-level density scale established by the American College of Radiology as part of its Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS) standard.
All of the 100 or so commodities that are subject to the standard multiple scale of ratings, which is based on density, and the 25 commodities that are subject to the expanded density scale are also subject to Item (Rule) 171 of the NMFC, known as the "Bumping Clause.
Incidentally, a density scale at the air-charging station provides continuous closed-loop density control.
Some examples of articles that are subject to the broader density scale include Paper Goods, NOI and Tarpaulins, Drop Cloths, or Covers, viz.
Many classification descriptions have five or fewer density groups, and some are not in conformity with the density groups found in the standard or broader density scales.
According to my count, there currently are more than 100 commodities in the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) that are subject to the National Classification Committee's standard density scale.
The standard density scale has ratings ranging from a low of Class 70, for articles having densities of 15 pounds per cubic foot, all the way up to Class 400, for articles having densities of less than 1 pound per cubic foot.
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