Definitions, General Scope, and Limitations of Resinography
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Description is the graphic (vivid) recording of an image or impression, either in words or by means of a picture. It may be general or detailed, and on any scale.
Composition includes the qualitative and quantitative statement of components. The source of information is analysis, and the derived facts need analytical interpretation.
Properties are characteristic qualities or quantities (numbers) which serve to identify a material in a unique way, either as a peculiarity or as an attribute common to members of a class.
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