Photographic Research

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    “ABRIDGED Scientific Publications” from the Kodak Research Laboratories, vol. 14 (1930), issued by the Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, New York, contains, in précis form, a number of papers previously published in various journals. An introductory note states that the Eastman Kodak Co. does not restrict publication to a privately issued journal but desires that the results of its scientific research may be easily accessible to all interested in special branches of science. The papers cover a wide range of subjects, including physics (for example, a study in condensation pumps, and a polarising apparatus for determining extinction angles), physical chemistry (for example, the lattice energies of silver halides, the electrolytic oxidation of some photographic developers), organic chemistry (for example, the preparation of s-diphenylcarbazide, a colour reaction for naphthol yellow), and colloid chemistry and photographic technique. The volume brings together a large amount of research work of high standard, the results of which will be of value in many fields. Even biology is represented in a description of the production of a motion picture showing the movements of the vocal cords in the larynx.

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    Photographic Research. Nature 129, 126–127 (1932) doi:10.1038/129126d0

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