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From: Chuck Simmons
Organization: You jest.
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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : One Source of Nuclear Gamma found (?)
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Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 02:35:45 GMT
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> I need a quick and dirty way of developing film cut into pieces. The long
> way of using an entire roll and taking it somewhere is not workable in this
> scenario. I need to have a lot of samples of small pieces of film developed
> in a continuous stream.
Believe it or not, you can piss on it and that will often work. Failing
that, get some Dektol, DK-50 or D76. These are Kodak products and can be
found easily. Usually you have to purchase chemicals to make at least a
gallon. You will also need a fixer. Kodak Rapid Fixer is fine. A stop
bath is optional. I use dilute acetic acid but white vinegar is OK. You
should use black and white film. Tri-X Pan is pretty good and pushes
well. Handling of the film must be done in absolute darkness. There is
no safelight for panchromatic film. Do not use adhesive products on film
since removal generates static electricity which exposes the film. The
film must be placed in absolutely light tight containers for your tests.
Develope the film for about 8 minutes in a tray agitating every minute
or more often - this will push a bit using normal dilutions. Agitate in
stop bath for about one minute. If no stop bath is used, rinse for 1
minute in running water. Fix for about ten minutes. Lights can be used
during fixing. Wash for 20 minutes in running water. Dry in a dust free
... The times have been,
That, when the brains were out,
the man would die. ... Macbeth
Chuck Simmons email@example.com
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