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    Photographic Emulsions by E. J. Wall - 1929

    A couple years ago I put a pdf of "Photographic Emulsions" by E. J. Wall, 1929, on my web site for download. I have a better copy up there that can be downloaded now at:
    http://www.keyesphoto.com/KDKtech%20...Emulsions.html
    It's 12.5 Megs in size, but the graphics and text are much better in quality that the previous pdf I had made.

    If you have the previous version I put up there, I highly recommend downloading the new one.

    If you don't have this book, it's one of the classics in the field of emulsion making and well worth reading for a historical perspective.
    Kirk

    For up from the ashes, up from the ashes, grow the roses of success!

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    Thanks Kirk. I'll have another go at OCR'ing some of the formulae I have, as I now have decent working software.

    Ian

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    Very interesting. Thanks!

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    Thanks Kirk,

    Looks like the local chemical suppliers are going to get some "stimulus spending" from me... again
    - Ian



 

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