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    [QUOTE=seadrive]The trick is to pour the water into the container first, then top it off with the desired amount of HC-110. That way, the viscous liquid doesn't get a chance to stick to the sides/bottom of the container./QUOTE]
    A suggestion: Try a veternarian animal syringe to measure small quantities (as little as 6.5 ml) of the HC110 concentrate (I use a 10 ml syringe). After extracting the concentrate (syrup), cycle the syringe in the developer mixture to rinse out this viscous consentrate. I think you'll find veternarian syringes are very inexpensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdef
    ... Pat Gainer's Perverted HC110.
    "Add 50 grams of ascorbic or erythorbic acid to enough triethanolamine (TEA) to make 750 ml and heat enough to dissolve.
    Add 250 ml of HC110 concentrate. Dilute 1 + 50 for use with most films. It's good on HP5+."

    Jay
    How does this improve the use of HC110?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Webb
    My question is who has used HC 110 as a developer with the "stand or semi stand" technique? And what were the results? I have been studying the "archives" and have found much fantastic information there, I admit I hav'nt searched that much for mention of HC110. But would like to know if it works.

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    Charles
    Charles,
    APUG has been having an interesting dialog on ths subject. Steve Sherman has provided a lot of information. However, he (evidently?) feels he needs to study this process a little more. Last message was the he was shootng pics this weekend -and, would get back to us. He and Sandy King appear to be working together in on improvements of this process.
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    You mean there are actually developers other than HC110? Buy all you can. There is nothing out there any better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by esanford
    You mean there are actually developers other than HC110? Buy all you can. There is nothing out there any better!

    Don't tell me we're going to have a "Church of HC-110????

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    SYRINGES

    If anyone wants a large 2oz. syringe please PM me. My dentist got me a box full
    and I'm more than willing to send them out for anyone who needs them. There is NO other way to use HC-110
    Best, Peter

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    WOW! 27 responses and nor a nay sayer in the bunch!
    Looks like HC-110 is a clear winner.
    Thank You
    Mike

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    Mike,

    Film speed isn't that great though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Kennedy
    WOW! 27 responses and nor a nay sayer in the bunch!
    Looks like HC-110 is a clear winner.
    Thank You
    Mike
    Guess you didn't read my post...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim appleyard
    Don't tell me we're going to have a "Church of HC-110????
    Well since Kodak is probably going to take it way, I would view that as sort of a crucifiction and an ascension of sorts.... This would clearly make it a candidate for a new religion....
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