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The Effect of Concentration on the Production of the Latent Photographic Image by Hydrogen Peroxide



Much of the density previously reported as produced by short immersions of photographic plates in aqueous solutions of hydrogen peroxide was found to have been produced during the washing interval between exposure and development. Data are presented concerning the production of the latent image by various concentrations of hydrogen peroxide. Analysis of this data suggests that, initially, the net reaction is of the second order. An optimum concentration for the production of maximum density was indicated.



The Journal of Chemical PhysicsAmerican Institute of Physics

Published: Oct 1, 1937

DOI: 10.1063/1.1749950

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