Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post

We did something similar at Kodak. You test samples for the maximum amount of sulfur + gold and the maximum time and the maximum temperature. It is an emulsion factor we call EOF or Extent Of Finish and is measured in KCal / mole of silver. So our method, while similar is quantized.


What did you measure?
The actual incorporation of S+Au vs. time and temperature?
While My Chemistry Gently Sleeps, I must ask, do you actually measure KCal or just calculate it?

How we get KCal out of density data?

Are you talking about the standard enthalpy of formation or (standard heat of formation) and if so which compound?