Don't forget the water. After all acid stops generally have 49 partsOriginally Posted by zenrhino
water to one part acid. A short acid stop serves to give film or paper
an overall acidity which it needs to maintain the acidity of an acid fix.
Now days with hardener incorporated emulsions I've doubts of any
need to maintain the acidity of an acid fix.
By dilution water only "stops" quickly. Water only will inactivate
developer in the emulsion as the ph drops towards neutral. Dan