Ammonia-converted iodobromide emulsions with 0, 1, and 5 mole% iodide were prepared with a single-jet precipitation procedure to the same grain-size distribution. After development to gamma-infinity with high-solvent and low-solvent type developers, photographic characteristics were determined and are reported here. Iodide affects absorption of light in an emulsion, but when corrections are made for this change in absorption, iodide does not change the basic sensitivity of sulfur-sensitized emulsions.
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Sharp, Joseph M., "Evaluation of the photographic characteristics of emulsions with different iodide percentages" (1983). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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