Subject: Can elements other than Ag be used for photographic film?
Date: Sat Nov 18 05:38:53 2000
Posted by John
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: Fort Walton Beach State/Province: Fl
Area of science: Chemistry
I know that black and white film uses silver bromide. Could another
combination be used; such as magnesium bromide? Why silver? I'm really
interested in how magnesium could be used to produce photographic images.
Re: Can elements other than Ag be used for photographic film?
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