American national standard for photography (film): processed vesicular film -- specifications for stability
American National Standards Institute, National Association of Photographic Manufacturers, Inc. Secretariat
American National Standards Institute, 1985 - Photography - 20 pages
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accelerated aging aging as described American National Standards Ammonia-Processed Diazo Films ANSI PH ANSI/ASC ANSI/NMA Appendix Applied Photographic Engineering Archival Records blocking sticking chlorobenzene Class B films contrast Corrosiveness density as described density change density requirements described in 8.1.2 described in Section desiccator jar Diazonium Salt duplicate exposure fadeometer film base film records film samples forced-air-circulating oven image layer Image Stability imaged film James Cope keeping a saturated long-term films materials medium-term and long-term medium-term films National Microfilm Association National Standards Institute nonexposed areas Numbers obtained by keeping photographic film pipette preservation of records printing density processed film Processed Safety Film processed vesicular film projection density patch radiant flux relative humidity Relative Viscosity Sheet film Silver-Gelatin Type Specifications for Stability Standard for Photography steel chips storage copies suitable surface tape tape-stripping task group terephthalate tested as described Thermal Sticking tion U.S. Department Unheated Film Vesicular Image