Brightness: The brilliance or light-reflection characteristic of paper (not necessarily related to its color or whiteness).

Dimensional Stability: The degree to which paper retains its dimensions during applied stress or changes in moisture content.

Coated Paper: Paper is traditionally coated on two sides and is broadly used for all types of printing, included multicolor work.  Lately, paper coated only on one side has become available and widely used as an economical measure.

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