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Question Questions DVD disc media

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by gamer1987, Jun 18, 2020.

  1. gamer1987

    gamer1987 Member

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    oxidizing agents present in the air, such as muriatic acid vapor and sodium hypochlorite 2,5% vapor, enter the DVD mdisc and start corrosion of the metal layer and the dye and the inner layers ang glue?
     
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    In my opinion, I doubt they're present in air at a concentration high enough to ruin the discs unless you're in a country which has no air quality controls and you live next to a plant that produces those or you're storing them in the laundry room with a bleach bottle open (sodium hypochlorite).
     

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