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    Kodak D-72 was the basis for Dektol. It is not a divided developer, See:

    http://www.apug.org/forums/article.php?a=140

    The divided developer you are posting about is Main-iac's recipe and he reports that it gives good results. There is no reason why Dektol (or D-72) should have the same recipe as Main-iac's divided developer recipe. If you have further questions, try sending Main-iac a PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by narke
    okay. these so much disagreements make me hesitate to use the formula. and, i also noticed the ingredients in the formula are very diffferent in quality with Dektol and i can not figure out why. has anyone ever used the formula?
    I've not used the formula, but if you examine different formulas, you'll see that they can vary a lot in the ingredients they use, their quantities, etc. Especially since this is a paper developer and not a film developer, my own instinct is to say "just try it!" There's nothing like personal experience to tell you whether or not something will work for you. At worst, you'll waste a couple of hours and a few dollars mixing it up and testing it only to find you don't like the results.

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