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    Jay, what is your development temperature? 68F/20C?
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    Jay,
    have you tried this developer using rotary processing, does the pyrogallol oxidies like pmk does?

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    Jay, you are truly an evil scientist!!! You gotta slow down, man. You come up with new formulas faster than I can use up all my old chemistry (maybe that should tell me that I need to shoot more). Anyway, I'll be happy to put this on the list as well as the others. Thanks, Jim

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    How long does the concentrated keep . I' am new to TEA developer and I am wuite surprised to hear that pyro can be mixed with an alkali and without any oxidation
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    Quote Originally Posted by nze
    How long does the concentrated keep . I' am new to TEA developer and I am wuite surprised to hear that pyro can be mixed with an alkali and without any oxidation
    The TEA concentrate should keep for a very long time, in my experience.

    TEA does not act as the alkali until water is added to the concentrate.
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    Thanks Tom

    I understand how the stock solution keep so long. the timing give for the 1.6 Dr looks quite speed. Does any one already use this developper with Tmax 100 or 400 and to make palladium/ platinum. I will interested to get some starting time.

    I find this one ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WD1V and will be pleased to know if it is the same product we talk about.
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    Jay, I'd be interested in the HP5+. I'm wondering, since I don't have TEA on my shelf, if I can just mix a small amount and give it a try. As I understand it, TEA is inert and only suspends the chemicals for easy dilution. ?
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    Jay,

    How does look the negative compare to a pmk one. Is there a green secondary image or not*????
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    I should give this developper a try. I will order some tea and keep you inform of my result with kodak film and platinum print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loose Gravel
    Jay, I'd be interested in the HP5+. I'm wondering, since I don't have TEA on my shelf, if I can just mix a small amount and give it a try. As I understand it, TEA is inert and only suspends the chemicals for easy dilution. ?
    Actually, TEA performs two roles: It acts as the solvent for the chemicals in question and it also provides the alkali when diluted with water.

    I live just down the road in Thousand Oaks and I have a gallon jug of TEA. PM me and I'll mail you enough TEA to try it out.
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