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PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMISTRY : In Black-and-White Photography : 2nd Edition

by George T. Eaton

Condition: NEAR FINE/Good


Hastings-on-Hudson, NY: Morgan & Morgan, 1965. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Beige boards/Fine. DJ/Good; sound w/tape repaired closed tears to upper edges & surface soiling. PO name to fEP. Textbook and reference. Noted introduction to the photographics process. First published 1957; this is the 2nd Edition of 1965. Author George T. Eaton (1910 - 1995) of Eastman Kodak in Rochester, New York 124 pgs, in 15 chapters: 1, The Photographic Process; 2, The Chemical History of the Photographic Process; 3, The Photographic Emulsion; 4, The Reaction of Photographic Emulsions to lLight; 5, Solutions & Chemicals in Photographic Processing; 6, Photographic Developers; 7, Chemistry of Development; 8, Chemistry of Color Development; 9, The Measurement of Development; 10, Control of development; 11, Photographic Fixing Baths; 12, Reversal Processing; 13, Practical Color Processes; 14, Washing Processed Photographic Materials; and 15, Practical Washing Requirements, followed by 3 appendices. Fine copy in tired dustjacket.. 2nd Edition. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/Good.



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