Re: APIS, hydroquinone hardening

From: Katharine Thayer ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/13/05-09:39:45 AM Z
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Jack Brubaker wrote:

> He has made prints by a very clever "wet carbon" process where he uses this
> reaction to selectively solidify carbon tissue (that contains hydroquinone)
> still damp from coating by placing it in contact with a paper final paper
> support that has an exposed dichromate image (dichromate only). The
> unexposed and therefore unconverted dichromate bleeds into the carbon tissue
> and interacts with the hydroquinone to harden the gelatin.

Interesting, so the "negative" he uses to print the image must be a
positive, right? (Sorry, just trying to make sure I understand this)
Received on Wed Jul 13 16:35:24 2005

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