photechic effect

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pho·tech·ic ef·fect

the ability of an agent, other than light, to make a developable latent image in a photographic film emulsion.
Synonym(s): Russell effect

Russell,

William James, English chemist, 1830-1909.
Russell effect - the ability of an agent other than light to make a developable latent image in a photographic film emulsion. Synonym(s): photechic effect
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