Thanks PE! Your contribution to this thead really clears things out on the technical side.Rollei really should update their instructions not to suggest freezing the liquid emulsion. We´ll, it was already sitting on the fridge for 4 years, before I moved it into freezer. I thought that liquid emulsion is a gelatin based, re-melting and mixing would do the job ( just making sure not to re-freeze it again due fogging)
I have Methyl violet for the Red(dish) sensitization ( it´s not optimal I know ) and Erythrozine for the green record. In original autochromes, Jack H.Coote quoted in his book " history of colour photography" that they used Erythrozine & Tartrazine & Ethyl violet for the color sensitization.
Fixed grade emulsion already does contain sensitization for Blue, if i´m not completely off-course. Because i live in a county (Finland) where we use SI -metric system, i will have to calculate the value "mole of silver" in grams. I tried google but it will give me outlandish conversion figures. well time to search some more.
Like PE said, rendering this in color would give hard evidence. I must try this out.