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Silver Halide Crystals. Photo-Sensitivity

  • Shinsaku Fujita
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Abstract

When an exposed silver halide grain is developed, the development is started from several sites on such a grain to produce visible silver images. Such sites are called latent images, since they are invisible but have long lifetimes after exposure. What are latent images and how do they work?

Keywords

Sensitization Center Latent Image Silver Atom Silver Cluster Silver Halide 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Shinsaku Fujita
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  1. 1.Department of Chemistry and Materials TechnologyKyoto Institute of TechnologyMatsugasaki, KyotoJapan

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