"The Chemistry of Photography" By: Nichole Marie Witten (May 2016)

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1. History of Photography

1.1. Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre

1.2. Carl Schulze

1.3. Heliographing/Sun writing

1.4. Silver Nitrate

2. Chemicals Used

2.1. Calcium

2.2. Bromine

2.3. Iodine

2.4. Silver

2.5. Bases

2.6. Acids

3. Developing Process

3.1. 4 Main Steps

3.1.1. Developing Agent, Accelerator, Restrainer, Perserative

3.2. Donating Electrons from Restrainor

3.3. Reduction Agent occurs with oxidation

4. Capturing Images on Film

4.1. Grain

4.2. Valance Bond

4.3. Conduction Band

4.4. Silver Halides in Lattice Formation

4.4.1. Gelatin Emulsion

4.5. Reacting with Light

5. Steps to Fully Develop Photos

5.1. Film and Paper

5.2. Developing

5.3. Reduction and Acceleration

5.4. Fixer

5.5. Rinse/Wash