"Powerful" means, relatively, restraining action to the weight.
Originally Posted by AndreasT
A quick glance at some C-41 formulas shows, typically, about 1.5 grams of potassium bromide and 1.5 MILLIgrams of KI.
The only practical way to measure that, even with something like my Ohaus Centrigram scale, is weigh out and put in water or alcohol, then use small measures from there.
Glancing at the iodized salt labels, I see that some actually tell how many milligrams (or was it nanograms?) were in a serving. Good ole grocery store photochemicals. Salt, sodium carbonate posing as washing soda, borax, and in a less paranoid age, sodium hydroxide as drain cleaner.
Last edited by Paul Verizzo; 02-11-2013 at 09:17 PM. Click to view previous post history.
Reason: My brain malfunctioned and I called potassium iodide, bromide.