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AES35-2000 (w2005): AES standard for audio preservation and restoration - Method for estimating life expectancy of magneto-optical (M-O) disks, based on effects of temperature and relative humidity.

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AES35-2000 (w2005): AES standard for audio preservation and restoration - Method for estimating life expectancy of magneto-optical (M-O) disks, based on effects of temperature and relative humidity.
Printing Date: 2010-10-28
Publication History: Pub. 2000; Reaffirmed 2005; Withdrawn 2010
Abstract: This standard specifies test methods for estimating the life expectancy of information stored on magneto-optical (M-O) disks. Only the effects of temperature and relative humidity on the media are considered. (21 pages)
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