ferrotype


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ferrotype

[′fe·rə‚tīp]
(graphic arts)
A photograph formed on a metal plate coated with collodion and sensitive salts.
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Later developments included the ambrotype in 1851 and the tintype or ferrotype which was patented in America in 1856.
These methods have been applied to the determination of the thickness of an adsorbed water layer on chromium ferrotype plates and on gold surfaces.
Acceptable slides prepared by shearing small rectangles from a large ferrotype plate varied about 0.
The chrome ferrotype plate slides used in these investigations were washed in warm distilled organic solvents to remove organic contamination.
Chrome ferrotype plates have been found to be a convenient substrate for study of thin films.
A polished ferrotype plate was used as a molding plate to obtain a smooth glossy molding surface.
The resin pellets were placed between two clean sheets of aluminum foil, which in turn were placed between two stainless steel ferrotype platens.