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METHODS AND MATERIALS
Table Page I Type of Film
Density Analysis of Radiograph of Optimum Diagnostic Quality at 65 kVp 10 mA
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aluminum penetrometer alveolar bone amounts of density contrast between enamel densities measured Density analysis Dent dental radiographs dental x-ray developer dental x-ray films dentin and pulp dentin-pulp chamber dentino-enamel junction detail and contrast developed in Kodak diagnostic quality radiograph difference between enamel enamel and dentin Exposed with intensifying faster film film combination film speed film types gradient graph high contrast film hydroxyapatite Illustration of film image of enamel Industrial X-ray Film intensifying screens junction and pulp kilovoltage Kodak dental x-ray Kodak Industrial X-ray Kodak Radia-Tized Kodak Ultra-Speed Kodalith Ortho Film mandibular second molar Mnimax Extra Fast optimum diagnostic quality Oral Diagnosis Oral Path Oral Surg overexposed radiographs Panchromatic periapical films Photographic films produce the density radiation radiographic contrast radiographic quality radiographs of high radiopacities Rinn EF-1 Rinn Super-1 screens and developed seconds Combination six seconds slower film speed film subject contrast Tri X-Pan Triple Triple X Type of Film