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Question 1: A ________ can write to a CD-R using several methods including:
Optical disc driveCD-ROMCompact DiscOptical disc

Question 2: Once a section of a CD-R is written, it cannot be erased or rewritten, unlike a ________.
Optical disc driveOptical discCD-ROMCD-RW

Question 3: ________ (BD): BD-R, BD-RE
DVDBlu-ray DiscOptical disc authoringHD DVD

Question 4: CD-R retains a high level of compatibility with standard CD readers, unlike ________ - which can be re-written, but is not capable of playing on many readers, and also uses more expensive media.
CD-ROMOptical discOptical disc driveCD-RW

Question 5: In a ________ disc, the recording layer is made of an alloy of silver and other metals — indium, antimony, and tellurium.
CD-ROMCD-RWOptical discOptical disc drive

Question 6: ________: DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM, DVD-D, HVD
Blu-ray DiscDVDHD DVDLaserdisc

Question 7: ________ on the other hand, although more expensive and no longer widely used, is an inactive material and so, gold-based CD-Rs do not suffer from this problem.
CopperGoldPlatinumSilver

Question 8: While silver is less expensive and more widely used, it is more prone to ________ resulting in a non-reflecting surface.
RedoxHydrogenOxygenCarbon

Question 9: A CD-R (Compact Disc-Recordable) is a variation of the ________ invented by Philips and Sony.
Compact DiscMiniDiscUniversal Media DiscDigital Audio Tape

Question 10: There are many hybrid variations of the dye formulations, such as Formazan by ________ (a hybrid of cyanine and phthalocyanine).
Digital single-lens reflex cameraEastman KodakPhotographyMotorola
















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