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Fade Stability of Color Photographic Images in the Presence of Ozone Gas – Part II

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The Image Stability Technical Center of Eastman Kodak Company is continuing its evaluation of various media in a new system for testing image permanence in the presence of elevated levels of ozone. An initial presentation of system uniformity was made at the Digital Photo Fulfillment Conference in February, 2009. This second follow-on paper will report on experimental findings to date relating to ozone gas impingement method and gas velocity at 1 ppm concentration as well as initial reciprocity studies for dye-based inks on one porous photo paper. Future studies will include repeat experiments with other industry media types, tests with lower velocities, and temperature/RH effects.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2010-01-01

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