Writability

Writ`a`bil´i`ty


n.1.Ability or capacity to write.
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He covers tensile properties; the ultrasonic testing of paper; bending stiffness of papers and corrugated boards: the connection to caliper and tensile stiffness; compression testing of papers, board, and boxes: relationship to tensile testing, elastic modulus, and the influence of artefacts; testing methods for measuring writability and printability of papers; and "beater curves" to evaluate pulp potential: burst, tensile, tear, opacity.
0, always from the aspect of its writability, has permitted the advent of such systems: a type of platform that proposes establishing a ranking of websites based on the most votes attributed by users.
Momentary heating of the recording medium is an effective way to mitigate a looming problem of writability in ordinary magnetic recording by using the thermomagnetic recording concept from MO technology.
Today, users have to choose between CD-RW writability or DVD-ROM compatibility.