Category: platinum process
An iron process for making photographic prints in which platinum is reduced from a salt to form the image.
|Used for||platinotype, platinotype process|
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- Kinetic studies of platinum complexes - University of Canterbury Library
- Platinum-specific detection and quantification of oxaliplatin and Pt(R,R-diaminocyclohexane)Cl2 in the blood plasma of colorectal cancer patients - The University of Auckland Library
- FTIR studies of surface adsorption on noble metal hydrosols - The University of Auckland Library
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