Science and technology of photography
This book is a short, up-to-date survey of the science and technology of photography. Modern photographic chemistry and physics is highlighted with emphasis given to current photographic processes and the structure of photographic materials. All technical professionals in the field of photography will find this book of enormous value as it is unique in its concise, detailed presentation of the subject.
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Karlheinz Keller Chaps 1 and 10 Section 5
Manufacture of Photographic Materials
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