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Developing X-rays

Radiology POS 808

accelerator one of the basic ingredients of the developer solution that activates and provides an alkaline environment and helps soften the emulsion
darkroom completely darkened room where x-ray film is handled and processed
daylight loader light shielded compartment that allows films to be unwrapped in a room with a white light
light tight used to describe the darkroom that is completely dark and excludes all white light
oxidation chemical reaction that occurs when processing solutiions are exposed to air
reduction chemical reaction during film processing in which the halide portion of the exposed energized silver halide crystal is removed
safelighting low intensity light composed of long wavelengths in the red orange portion of the visible light spectrum
Created by: mdeose1