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" The portion covered by the object retains the original bright yellow tint, which it had before exposure, and the object is thus represented yellow upon an orange ground, there being several gradations of shade, or tint, according to the greater or less... "
The Chemistry of Photography - Page 261
by William Jerome Harrison - 1892 - 426 pages
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The Literary world, conducted by J. Timbs

John Timbs - 1839
...expectations. When an object is laid in the usual way on this paper, the portion exposed to the light speedily becomes tawny, passing more or less into...have been exposed to the light are completely fixed in the paper. By this second process, the object is obtained white upon an orange ground, and quite...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 27

Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine - Science - 1839
...will be found that those portions of * Head before the Society of Arts for Scotland 20th May 1839. the salt which have not been acted on by the light...have been exposed to the light are completely fixed in the paper. By this second process, the object is obtained white upon an orange ground, and quite...
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The useful arts: considered in connexion with the applications of ..., Volume 2

Jacob Bigelow - Industrial arts - 1840
...object is laid in the usual way on this paper, the portion exposed to the light speedily becomes lawny, passing more or less into a deep orange, according...have been exposed to the light are completely fixed in the paper. By this second process, the object is obtained white, upon an orange ground, and quite...
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The Visitor: Or, Monthly Instructor

Religion - 1840
...will be found that those portions of the salt which h«^e not been acted on by the light are really dissolved out, while those which have been exposed to the light are completely fixed in the paper. By the second process, the object is obtained white upon an orange ground, and quite...
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Transactions of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts, Volume 1

Industrial arts - 1841
...expectations. When an object is laid in the usual way on this paper, the portion exposed to the light speedily becomes tawny, passing more or less into...have been exposed to the light are completely fixed in the paper. By this second process, the object is obtained white upon an orange ground, and quite...
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The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art, Volume 1

Science - 1842
...degree of transparency in the different parts of the object. hi this state, or course, the drawiag though very beautiful, is evanescent. To fix it, all...have been exposed to the light are completely fixed in the paper. By the second process, the object is obtained white upon an orange ground; and quite...
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Encyclopędia metropolitana; or, System of universal knowledge

Encyclopaedia - 1851
...the light speedily becomes tawny, passing more or less into a deep orange, according to the strength of the light. The portion covered by the object retains...to the light are completely fixed on the paper.. By the second process the object is obtained white upon an orange ground, and quite permanent. If exposed...
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Photography: A Treatise on the Chemical Changes Produced by Solar Radiation ...

Robert Hunt - Daguerreotype - 1852 - 290 pages
...the light speedily becomes tawny, passing more or less into a deep orange, according to the strength of the light. The portion covered by the object retains...to the light are completely fixed on the paper. By the second process the object is obtained white upon an orange ground, and quite permanent. If exposed...
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Photography

Robert Hunt, Francis Peabody - Photography - 1853 - 329 pages
...the light speedily becomes tawny, passing more or less into a deep orange, according to the strength of the light. The portion covered by the object retains...to the light are completely fixed on the paper. By the second process the object is obtained white upon an orange ground, and quite permanent. If exposed...
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A manual of photography

Robert Hunt - Photography - 1852 - 321 pages
...the light speedily becomes tawny, passing more or less into a deep orange, according to the strength of the light. The portion covered by the object retains...to the light are completely fixed on the paper. By the second process the object is obtained white upon an orange ground, and quite permanent. If exposed...
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