Abstract: According to the invention, the resin film to be divided is finely divided along the grooves, whereby the ends of images or characters of photos or the like can be cut off finely. The resin film to be divided is provided with the grooves, thereby finely cutting off the ends of images or characters output on the surface thereof. Further, the resin film is as the lowermost layer, the adhesive layer is provided thereon, and the paper or plastic film with the image receiving layer coat is provided thereon. The grooves formed by cutting the paper or plastic film with image receiving layer coat are previously provided, and the grooves enter a portion of the resin film to be divided, whereby after an image is received, the ends of the film can be finely cut off.
Abstract: A silver halide light-sensitive material comprises a support and a silver halide gelatin emulsion layer. The silver halide gelatin emulsion layer or an optionally provided hydrophilic layer contains a tanning developing agent. According to the first embodiment of the present invention, the tanning developing agent has a molecular structure in which two to six benzenediol or benzenetriol rings are connected with a linking group. According to the second embodiment of the invention, the tanning developing agent consists of a polymer having side chains containing benzenediol or benzenetriol rings. According to the third embodiment of the invention, the tanning developing agent consists of a benzenediol or benzenetriol ring having an aliphatic substituent group having 5 to 40 carbon atoms or an aromatic substituent group having 7 to 40 carbon atoms. A tanning developing solution and a lithographic printing plate are also disclosed.
Abstract: The present invention provides a toner for developing electrostatic latent images prepared by the following processes comprising;a process (a) of forming particles for toner containing at least a resin and a coloring agent in a wet process,a process (b) of aggregating the particles, anda process (c) of the aggregates passing through a minimal gap of 0.5-10 mm under dispersed conditions in air-stream flowing at a high speed to pulverize the aggregates, the gap being formed between a rotator and a rotator or between a rotator and a stator.
Abstract: An image formation method by silver salt diffusion transfer is described, which comprises subjecting a photosensitive element containing at least one photosensitive silver halide emulsion layer to image exposure, then developing the photosensitive element by use of an alkali processing composition containing a solvent for a silver halide to turn at least a part of unexposed silver halide of the photosensitive silver halide emulsion layer into a transferable silver complex salt, transferring at least a part of the transferable complex salt to a silver precipitating nucleus-containing image receiving layer to form an image on the silver precipitating nucleus-containing image receiving layer, and separating the silver precipitating nucleus-containing image receiving layer from the photosensitive element after image formation to obtain the image, wherein the image is formed in the presence of at least one compound represented by the following formula (I) and at least one compound represented by the following form
Abstract: A method for processing a silver halide photographic material is disclosed and the photographic material has a support thereon, comprising at least one silver halide emulsion layer and containing a hydrazine compound represented by following formula (I) in the above emulsion layer or the other hydrophilic colloid layers, which comprises processing the silver halide photographic material after exposure in a developing solution containing:(1) 0.2 to 0.75 mole/liter of a dihydroxybenzene developing agent,(2) 0.001 to 0.06 mole/liter of a 1-phenyl-3-pyrazolidone or p-aminophenol auxiliary developing agent,(3) 0.3 to 1.2 mole/liter of a free sulfite ion, and(4) a compound represented by following formula (II), and having a concentration ratio of a compound represented by formula (II) to a dihydroxy developing agent of 0.03 to 0.12 and pH of 9.0 to 11.
Abstract: In a method of processing a silver halide photosensitive material wherein the exposed silver halide photosensitive material is developed with a developer containing a developing agent in two or more developing tanks, the first developing replenisher mainly comprising the developing agent is fed into a prior tank and the second developing replenisher mainly comprising an alkali is fed into a posterior tank to make pH of the developer in the posterior tank higher than that in the prior tank.
Abstract: A process for processing a silver halide black and white photographic material, which comprises processing, after imagewise exposing, a silver halide black and white photographic material spectrally sensitized by a sensitizing dye with a processing solution containing at least one compound satisfying the following condition 1 and/or a salt thereof in an amount of at least 5.times.10.sup.-5 mol/liter;Condition 1:when 4 ml of an aqueous solution of 8.0.times.10.sup.-2 mol/liter of the compound is added to a mixture of 2 ml of an aqueous solution of 4.0.times.10.sup.-4 mol/liter of anhydro-5,5'-dichloro-9-ethyl-3,3'-bis(3-sulfopropyl)thiacarbocyanine hydroxide.pyridinium salt and 1 ml of an aqueous solution of 1.0.times.10.sup.-1 mol/liter of potassium chloride and the resultant solution is diluted with water to 10 ml, the molecular extinction coefficient of the aqueous solution at 624 nm is not higher than 1.0.times.10.sup.5.
Abstract: A color developer composition that maintains developer activity in all color forming layers and increases developer capacity is disclosed. The color developer composition allows use of reduced temperature, process time, replenishment rate, or concentration of developing agent without causing color imbalance. The composition employs two or more different color developing agents in combination. Each agent in a composition is selected from the group consisting of p-amino-N-dialkylanilines and the salts thereof. The composition of the present invention may be employed in conventional color developing processes without any significant change in conventional processing procedures and steps.
January 20, 1984
Date of Patent:
November 21, 1989
Olin Hunt Specialty Products Inc.
Hongzoon Kim, Edward C. Saunders, Harris Miller
Abstract: Silver halide photographic material and method of forming an image using the same are disclosed. The material comprises one or more silver halide emulsion layers on a support, with a hydrazine derivative and a developing agent being incorporated in at least one of said emulsion layers. The image forming method comprises performing imagewise exposure of the above-described photographic material and developing said material with a developing solution that contains sulfite ions in a concentration of not less than 0.15 mole per liter and which has a pH within the range of from 9.5 to 12.3, and provides a supercontrasty negative image that has a very contrasty photographic characteristic of a gamma (.gamma.) of 10 or more and which is not highly susceptible to the occurrence of "black spots".
Abstract: A novel process for the formation of a high contrast negative image is provided which comprises processing a silver halide photographic material with a developing solution, wherein said developing solution contains a dihydroxybenzene developing agent, a 1-phenyl-3-pyrazolidone auxiliary developing agent and/or p-aminophenol auxiliary developing agent, 0.3 mol/liter or more of sulfite, and a compound represented by formula (I) ##STR1## wherein Y and Z, which may be the same or different, each represents N or CR.sup.2 wherein R.sup.2 represents a substituted or unsubstituted alkyl or aryl group; R.sup.1 represents an alkyl, aryl or heterocyclic group which is substituted by at least one group selected from the group consisting of --SO.sub.3 M, --COOM, --OH, --NHSO.sub.2 R.sup.3, --SO.sub.2 NR.sup.3 R.sup.4 and --NR.sup.5 CONR.sup.3 R.sup.4 or a group formed by alkyl groups, aryl groups or heterocyclic groups via linkage groups; R.sup.3, R.sup.4 and R.sup.
Abstract: Silver halide photographic light-sensitive materials containing a hydrazine derivative is developed in high contrast by means of an automatic processor, wherein a replenisher less active than a starting developer used at the beginning of development is supplied in a predetermined amount per unit time and, in the case where further replenishment is done in excess of said predetermined amount in said unit time, a replenisher having activity substantially equivalent to that of said starting developer used at the beginning of development is then supplied. Stable treatment results are attained for a long time.
Abstract: A silver halide photographic light-sensitive material comprising a specific silver halide grain is disclosed. The siliver halide grain contains a localized portion containing 20 mol % or more of silver iodide and average content of silver iodide of which grain is from 0.1 to 10.0 mol %, provided that the silver halide grain is prepared by mixing an aqueous solution containing a water soluble halide compound and an aqueous solution containing a water soluble silver salt under a condition that pAg of the mixture is raised at 9.7 or more during a period after a half amount of the silver salt to be used has been added to the mixture. The photographic light-sensitive material has improved photographic characteristics and is suitable for radiographic use.
Abstract: This invention relates to a photographic element comprising a support, and coated on the support at least one negative-working photographic emulsion comprising radiation-sensitive silver halide grains capable of forming a surface latent image and a binder, and in the support or in a remaining hydrophilic colloid layer coated on the support in an amount sufficient to increase contrast, a hydrazine compound of the formula ##STR1## wherein R.sup.1 is a phenyl nucleus having a Hammet sigma value-derived electron withdrawing characteristic of less than +0.30.
Abstract: An image-forming method wherein a photosensitive material comprising a support having a photosensitive copper (I) halide emulsion that contains silver halide and which has grains of copper (I) halide crystal dispersed in a binder is subjected to imagewise exposure and development with an alkaline solution is disclosed. The imagewise exposure is effected either in a dry or wet state. The alkaline solution contains compounds selected from at least two of the following three groups: (A) a group consisting of .alpha.-amino acids, .alpha.
Abstract: A light-sensitive silver halide photographic material comprising a combination of a salt of tetrazolium containing only a non-metallic anion and a salt of tetrazolium containing a metallic anion.
Abstract: A negative image silver halide photographic emulsion comprising substantially surface latent image type monodispersed silver bromide or silver iodobromide grains containing up to about 10 mol% silver iodide, wherein the average grain size of the silver halide grains is about 0.7 micron or less, with the silver halide photographic emulsion containing a binder in an amount of about 250 g or less per mol of silver halide and a compound represented by the following general formula (I):R.sup.1 NHNHCOR.sup.2 (I)wherein R.sup.1 represents an aryl group and R.sup.