Quote Originally Posted by semeuse View Post
a glycin developer, excellent for stand development, popular from the early 20th century (reference Cassell's Cyclopedia of Photography and Anchell & Troop)

hot water (125F / 52C) 500ml
sodium sulfite 165g
glycin 135g

mix well - takes some time to get all the glycin to dissolve
then add

potassium carbonate, crystaline 625g
water to 1000ml

I'll give this a try. I'm tired of throwing away old, brown glycin. I use it for ansco 130, which requires 11g, but the smallest amount available from photographer's Formulary is 10g. The next up is 100g, and with the long life of 130 I usually end up pitching some.