Photosensitivity of Nanoparticle Silver Halide Dispersions in Fish Gelatin

@inproceedings{Tan2000PhotosensitivityON,
  title={Photosensitivity of Nanoparticle Silver Halide Dispersions in Fish Gelatin},
  author={Shuxin Tan and Jun Yue and Bixia Huang and Suwen Liu and Lei Song},
  year={2000}
}
A photographic emulsion, which consists of suspensions of silver iodobromide nanoparticles in fish gelatin, was made. The average size of the particles calculated based on XRD data was 16nm. The photosensitivity of nanoparticle emulsion layer was considerably relative to the wavelength ( max) of maximum radiant intensity on exposure. It was found that as change of max from 525nm to 1010nm, the sensitivity (S) was increased by 1.5 times and gamma of the emulsion layer slightly decreased, which… CONTINUE READING

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