The amount of moisture contained by a paper when its own relative humidity is equal to that of the surrounding atmosphere, and the point at which paper will neither gain nor lose
The relative humidity of the atmosphere at a particular temperature at which paper will neither gain nor lose moisture. At equilibrium relative humidity, paper can be exposed to air without the environment
In color printing, the respective densities of the three process colors—cyan, magenta, and yellow—required to produce neutral gray.
A term used to describe the respective basis weights of the same paper at two different sheet sizes.
The changing of a liquid into a gas, which occurs at a liquid’s boiling point. In printing ink terminology, evaporation refers to a method of drying in which an ink vehicle containing