Re: BOBs post about POP.......................DuPont Velour Black

From: MARTINM ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/20/05-12:37:46 AM Z
Message-id: <001301c58cf5$8c5c9100$839b4854@MUMBOSATO>

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  From: Susan Huber
  To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
  Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2005 2:15 PM
  Subject: Re: BOBs post about POP.......................DuPont Velour Black

    Hi Martin,
    I think the others on the post mean- silver nitrate that oftens washes out
  a bit when doing the first step to POP processing (water bath to clear the
  silver nitrate).
    Hope this helps,
    Susan
    www.susanhuber.com

  Thanks!
  Martin

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "MARTINM" <martinm@SoftHome.net>
    To: <alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca>
    Sent: Monday, July 18, 2005 11:01 AM
    Subject: Re: BOBs post about POP.......................DuPont Velour Black

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Randy Hendrix
> To: martinm@SoftHome.net
> Sent: Monday, July 18, 2005 5:48 PM
> Subject: Re: BOBs post about POP.......................DuPont Velour
  Black
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> > I don't know if you are familiar with that POP but it is probably a
  silver
> > chloride > emulsion with some other silversalts such as citrate,
  tartrate,
> > etc. and will have >excess silver present.. and typically will need
  it
> > there during exposure and >processing. I am also more or less set up
  for
> > their production and could easily do > some testing I imagine.
>
> No, I am not familiar with POP and I have no idea how to handle silver
> citrate etc. in that context. If it was a purely silver chloride based
> emulsion (and in case you would want to stay with a silver chloride
> emulsion), you could change the ferric EDTA bleach to:
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> Ferric EDTA..............20g
> zinc chloride...............10g
> water...........................1L
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> I didn't quite understand the "excess silver present". Are you saying,
  when
> it gets into the developing solution it will set off physical
  development?
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> Martin
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> Hi Martin,
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> I don't know if you are familiar with that POP but it is probably a
  silver
> chloride emulsion with some other silversalts such as citrate, tartrate,
> etc. and will have excess silver present.. and typically will need it
  there
> during exposure and processing. I am also more or less set up for their
> production and could easily do some testing I imagine.
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> That has been another thing on the to do list... for way too long.
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> I am very interested in both of these posts and your ideas.
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> BTW, did Ryuji go away or are you still going at it off list?
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> Thanks, and see you again at a latter time, somewhere else!
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> Randy "Ray"
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> BOBs post:
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> Martin, I have some old Centennial POP which is showing significant
> fog.
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> I understand that it has extremely fine AgX crystals. I don't know if
> they use a chloride or bromide salt to make it. Might a rehalogenating
  bath
> work on it?
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> Can you recommend a formula?
> CHEERS!
> BOB
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