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_______ is the ink-adherence problem that allows the ink to rub off the substrate.
a) fill-in b) scumming c) strike-through d) rub-off
_______ is the covering ability of an ink, or how opaque or transparent the ink is.
a) body b) mileage c) opacity d) tack
Calculate amount of ink remaining if 1.75 pounds are used from a 5 pound can.
a) 2 b) 2.25 c) 3 d) 3.25
Which of the following is considered spot colors:
a) color wheel b) CMYK c) PMS d) RGB
________a problem occurring in multicolor printing when the first ink printed dries too hard and the second ink printed does not adhere to the dried ink surface.
a) crystallization b) linting c) strike through d) tinting
_______ is a contamination problem that occurs when ink emulsifies in the dampening solution, causing a slight tint of ink to appear on the nonimage area of the printed sheet.
a) crystallization b) linting c) strike through d) tinting
__________ are transparent coatings applied over ink. They are used to protect the printed ink from moisture, abrasion, or other potential sources of damage.
a) Aqueous coating b) Sugar coating c) Ultraviolet Coating d) Varnish Coating
___________ is a very glossy, shiny coating applied to the printed paper surface and cured on a special machine using ultraviolet light. These special UV coatings harden, or cure when they receive ultra violet radiation.
a) Aqueous coating b) Sugar coating c) Ultraviolet Coating d) Varnish Coating
__________ a clear, water-based, fast-drying coating that can be applied over printed materials to improve resistance to scuffing.
a) Aqueous coating b) Sugar coating c) Ultraviolet Coating d) Varnish Coating
Which of the following is considered process colors:
a) additive b) color wheel c) CMYK d) RGB
The ­­­­­­__________ stage of ink manufacture breaks up the pigment clumps and further blends the pigment into the vehicle of lithographic inks.
a) grinding b) milling c) mixing d) QC
_________ is the blotch or cloudy appearance of an image instead of a smooth, continuous appearance.
a) mottling b) rub off c) setoff d) scumming
Ink _____________ the ability of a printing ink to resist changes from exposure to light, weather, and time.
a) separation b) permanence c) tack d) viscosity
_____________ the stickiness of an ink, measured by its ability to split between two surfaces.
a) body b) permanence c) tack d) viscosity
Ink _____________ is the degree to which it resists flow under applied force.
a) body b) permanence c) tack d) viscosity
Which of the following is NOT one of the basic components of ink:
a) additive b) body c) pigment d) vehicle
Ink ­­­­­­__________ the consistency or degree of softness or hardness of an ink.
a) additive b) body c) pigment d) vehicle
_____________ is unwanted transfer of ink from one sheet to the back of the next.
a) mottling b) rub off c) setoff d) scumming
_______ is show-through resulting from increased ink absorption and penetration through the paper.
a) fill-in b) scumming c) strike-through d) rub off
_______ is the undesirable effect that produces a muddy look in the midtones and shadows; caused by presence of foreign material in the ink.
a) fill-in b) scumming c) strike-through d) rub off
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