[alt-photo] Re: Palladium Failures
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Sat Oct 1 16:54:41 GMT 2011
You may not need the tween, especially with Cot 320.
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On Oct 1, 2011, at 9:59 AM, eric nelson wrote:
> Hi Paul, Yes they are. The Cot is direct from Bergger, bought a few weeks
> ago and the Platine tests were made on samples provided by B&S in the same
> time frame. I just ordered some of that batch from B&S which I may regret
> if unworkable.
> I forgot to mention I had done a couple tests with 1 drop of Tween 20 10%
> solution in a drop schedule of 13-3-16Pd on the same 10"x12" sized paper,
> and the blacks are marginally better but still on the verge of solarizing.
> That test is here and is 5
> in exposure than the other tests in my first post.
> Re:Mark's comment on contamination... The other day I accidently left the
> brush in the edta/sulfite bath overnight. This cleaned the stains from the
> brush nicely, but would that be considered 'contaminated' after a good
> Message: 19
> Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 17:20:51 -0700
> From: "Paul Viapiano" <viapiano at pacbell.net>
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> Is this from the new batch of Platine...? Or new Cot 320...?
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