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Paper Electrophoresis of Reducing Agents

Abstract

CONTINUING the study of trace substances in photographic gelatin1,2, paper electrophoresis is being used for investigating the reducing agent present. Tha main interest is in the substance(s) which react immediately with iodine.

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