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In many areas of human activity we measure a host of factors, materials, and achievements against a standard of perfection. Chemical substances, foodstuffs, alloys, and other man-made compounds must meet specifications of noncontamination gauged against a scale that makes provision, theoretically at least, for 100 percent purity.
A growing acknowledgment of the possibility of "zero defects" now stimulates production workers to abandon previously accepted standards of quality control that allowed for deviation from highest accuracy in machining parts and fabricating products. Man's exploration of space has, of course, contributed significantly to this new requirement for precision because the success of each step and even the safety of the participants depend upon efforts to prevent the slightest error in computation or performance.
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W. RALPH ROCKHOLD
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RUTH KIEL MARTIN
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Dorothea T. Leamy
NANCY JANE DOTY
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