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Methods for characterizing the wettability of printing substrates are discussed. These include characterization of porous substrates (e.g. paper) as well as non-porous substrates. Emphasis is put on explaining the theory behind each method, in order to enable distinction between established
facts and less established interpretations. In some situations the theory itself is incomplete, therefore the characterization methods in these cases may and should be used on a comparative basis.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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