a. The D100 cut point of a screen is the particle size at which no particles will pass through the screen.
b. D100 is a single number determined from a prescribed laboratory procedure – the results of the procedure should yield the same value for any given screen.
c. The D100 should not be compared in any way to the D50 value used in RP13E.
d. The method used in RP13C provides only the D100 value with no provision for D16, D50, or D84 values.