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By Arthur S. Diamond

ISBN-10: 0824789032

ISBN-13: 9780824789039

"Presents the latest advancements within the fabrics, homes, and function features of photographic, electrophotographic, electrostatic, diazo, and ink jet imaging approaches. offers present recommendations and smooth functions for ink jet, thermal, and toner-related imaging systems."

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FRIEDRICH and J. A. 1 The Three-Color System This chapter reviews the major dye-forming materials that are used in color negative films and papers. For perspective, a brief overview is given of conventional photographic phenomena. More comprehensive reviews of color photographic systems are available (1– 3) and can be examined for documentation of concepts that are not referenced in this chapter. The photographic system is used to capture the spatial and spectral distributions of light so that they can be stored, transmitted, and viewed at a future time.

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These pK as are approximations to all-aqueous pK as. Another is to measure the pH 1/2 (or pH for half ionization) in liquid dispersion media, such as a 1: 2 ratio of coupler: tri-tolylphosphate coupler solvent with gelatin and a surfactant. Such values are approximations to in-film half-ionization points and are typically several units higher in value than pK as measured in aqueous micelle media. Also, when extraneous absorptions and light diffraction can be tolerated, spectral measurement of in-film pH 1/2s are sometimes possible.

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