Photographers' Formulary Potassium Bromide (10g)

Photographers' Formulary Potassium Bromide (10g)

Photographers' Formulary Potassium Bromide (10g)

B&H # PHPB10GX MFR # 10-0930 10G
Photographers' Formulary Potassium Bromide (10g)

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  • Helps to Prevent Fog During Development
  • Commonly Used as a Restrainer
  • Reduces Contrast, Provides a Warm Tone

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This is 10g of Potassium Bromide from Photographers' Formulary. It is commonly used as a restrainer in developers, especially those containing hydroquinone, pyrocatechin, or pyrogallol, and helps to prevent fog during development. When used in paper developers, it also reduces contrast and provides a warming effect. Additionally, potassium bromide is used as an ingredient in intensifying and reducing toners, as well as a variety of other photographic solutions.

UPC: 675152930019
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  • 1Description
Synonyms Bromide
Bromide of potash
Bromide of potassium
Bromide salt of potassium
Appearance White, deliquescent, granular powder
Odorless
Uses Fog preventer and restrainer in developing solutions
Ingredient in intensifying, reducing, toning, and many other photographic solutions
Chemical Formula KBr
Notes Potassium bromide is the most commonly used restrainer in developing formulas, especially those using hydroquinone, pyrocatechin, or pyrogallol. The addition of potassium bromide usually results in a reduction of contrast and can have a warming effect on image tone when used in paper developers
Weight 0.4 oz / 10 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.01 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 2.5 x 1.2 x 1.2"

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