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Interlayer enhancement of interimage effects
T979001 Interlayer enhancement of interimage effects
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Inventor: Graham
Date Issued: February 6, 1979
Application: 05/879,574
Filed: February 21, 1978
Inventors: Graham; James L. (Rochester, NY)
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U.S. Class: 430/504; 430/507
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Abstract: the present invention is directed to a photographic element comprised of a support and, as coatings on the support, a layer comprised of a silver haloiodide emulsion sensitized to green light and a layer comprised of a silver haloiodide emulsion sensitized to red light. Interposed between these layers is a colloidal silver layer. The presence of the colloidal silver produces a favorable interimage effect, as compared to that achieved in its absence.
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