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QM Registry Ch.4

Film Processing

QuestionAnswer
Stirring, swirling, or shaking of processing solutions agitation
How well an image can be stored over time archival quality
A processing solution responsible for conversion of the latent image to a manifest image in film developer
Processing solution responsible for removal of undeveloped silver halide and hardening of the film emulsion fixer
A timed method of replenishing processing solutions with an automatic processor flood replenishment
A residue of fixer components remaining on a film after processing hyporetention
An invisible image present after exposure but before processing latent image
The final visible image manifest image
A chemical change in which electrons are removed (oxidation) from an atom, ion, or molecule, accompanied by a simultaneous transfer of electrons to another atom, ion, or molecule (reduction). AKA redux oxidation/reduction reaction
The action of two agents working together is greater than the sum of the action of the agents working independently synergism
A type of system in an automatic processor that replenishes a volume of solution for each film introduced volume replenishment
Created by: sspatel