Proceedings PaperSecondary Effects In Processing Silver Halide Holograms Part II
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The chemical processes involved at development and bleach stages of silver halide holograms sometimes show variations that are difficult to explain, but are related to procedures that are normally not considered in "classical" photography. This paper is a second of a series describing some work about those effects, and some efforts to minimize variations by the use of more or less controlled automatic development machinery. In this presentation, we will deal with the influence of the quality of prebleach rinse water, of developer temperature and of emulsion batch.