Silver Halide Processing Chemistry

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A hologram is basically a black and white image of the fringe structure at the film plane. Any black and white chemistry will work but because of the fine spatial frequencies involved special chemistries and films have been developed that make better holograms. The spatial frequencies of a hologram can be in the range of 300 to 6000 lines per millimeter.

Silver Processing Formulas

Defogging PFG-03