photographic film


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photographic film

[¦fōd·ə¦graf·ik ′film]
(graphic arts)
Sensitized material (emulsion) coated on a flexible support, usually a transparent plastic material.
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As for conventional photographic film technology, this too eventually found routine application in the form of high-speed Polaroid film to record light emission in a chemiluminescent point-of-care allergy test (11).
Keywords: Silver(I) selective electrode, Flow injection potentiometry, Photographic film developing solution, Potentiometric analysis.
Tapping into the advanced ability to synthesize and design chemical compounds, nurtured through the development of photographic films, the company has enhanced the drug's stability and applied strong analysis technology to elucidate new mechanisms of action and identify biomarkers for verifying its efficacy.
Just as digital cameras all but destroyed the market for photographic film, the rapid shift to picture-taking smartphones has torn into a camera sector dominated by Japanese firms including Canon, Olympus, Sony and Nikon
However, this will be offset as remaining applications in photographic film and magnetic tape are lost to digital technologies.
It is just a box, with a small hole to let sunlight in that then captures an image on the photographic film located inside," she said.
In 1976, Kodak sold 90 per cent of the photographic film in the US and 85pc of the cameras.
The 130-year-old photographic film pioneer, which had tried to restructure to become a seller of consumer products like cameras, said it had also obtained a $950 million, 18-month credit facility from Citigroup to keep it going.
For companies dealing in agricultural products, frozen food, photographic film, chemicals and pharmaceutical drugs, the cold supply chain function has become an integral player in supporting overall business goals.
Prices for professional photographic film, including black and white, color negative and color reversal, will increase by about 15%.
The exhibition and the circular TV-dome with 360 degrees have become a landscape in this crowded area, particularly at night when the TV-dome shines its bright colors while screening the photographic film about the Omani Renaissance which allows the visitors to watch from outside.

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