\
Kodak Elon Developing Agent

Kodak Elon Developing Agent - 225 Lbs.

Kodak Elon Developing Agent - 225 Lbs.

B&H # KOEDA225LB MFR # 1463066
Kodak Elon Developing Agent

Show MoreLess

Close

Now Viewing:

No Longer Available

Questions? Ask our experts:

Show more Show less
Overview
  • 1Description

Kodak Elon Developing Agent is made up of a combination of hydroquinone and p-menthylaminophenol sulfate. It is used as component in several developer formulas.

Table of Contents
  • 1Description
Show more Show less
Specifications
Synonyms Elon(Kodak)
Metol(Agfa & others)
Claritol or Veritol(Defender)
Enol
Genol
Rhodol(DuPont)
Appearance White to slightly yellowish powder
Uses Developing agent (usually with hydroquininone), but sometimes by itself, as in Kodak D-23
Chemical Formula (C7H9NO)2SO4
Monomethyl para-aminophenol sulfate
Para-Methylaminophenyl sulfate
Notes Metol has low-fogging tendencies and responds well to the addition of bromide, giving a very clean-working developer without any staining of film or fingers.

Caution: Has a reputation of causing skin poisoning (a painful rash that looks and feels like poison oak). This poisoning usually occurs after being exposed to the substance over a period of years, but in some cases can happen even sooner. This can be prevented by wearing gloves.

Kodak Elon Developing Agent Review

Show more Show less
Reviews
Be the first to review this item
Show more Show less
Q&A
Top Questions
Accessories
See any errors on this page? Let us know.