1 November 1964 Enhancement of Photographic Speed by Electric Fields
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A hypotheses was suggested that intense electric field would increase the speed of emulsion. This was tested by Jerome Rothstein (1959) for light and found to hold. The hypotheses is now being checked by the author for x-ray exposure and in general the effect of pulsed electric fields on emulsion. At this time no real conclusive results have been found to either prove or disprove the theory, but many results have been obtained concerning the increase in speed of emulsions by electric fields.
David G. Wiley, David G. Wiley, } "Enhancement of Photographic Speed by Electric Fields," Optical Engineering 3(1), 030116 (1 November 1964). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971309 . Submission:
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