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A CD-R blank, also known as a CD recordable, is a type of blank optical disc that can be used to record digital data, such as music or computer files, onto a CD. The “R” in CD-R stands for “recordable,” indicating that the disc can be recorded at one time only.
CD-R blanks are made up of a polycarbonate plastic substrate, a reflective layer, and a protective coating. The reflective layer is typically made of silver, gold, or a combination of the two, and is used to reflect the laser beam of a CD burner during the recording process. The protective coating helps to protect the reflective layer and the data stored on the disc from scratches, dust, and other damage.
To record data onto a CD-R blank, a CD burner is required. The burner uses a laser to burn tiny pits onto the disc’s reflective layer, which represents the digital data stored. Once the data has been burned onto the disc, it can be read by any CD player or computer with a CD-ROM drive.
One of the advantages of using CD-R blanks is that they are relatively inexpensive and widely available. They are also durable and have a long shelf life, making them a reliable option for storing digital data. However, it’s important to note that once data has been burned onto a CD-R, it cannot be erased or modified. Therefore, it’s important to make sure that the data being recorded is accurate and complete before burning it onto a CD-R blank.
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