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    • author "John capiral"
    • tags "Capiral"
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    • fileName "film processing capiral"
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    • When does latent image become visibe image?
    • A. During development
    • B. During fixing
    • C. During washing
    • D. During drying
    • A. During development
  1. What are the steps for processing?
    A. Developing, fixing, washing, hanging.
    B. Developing, fixing, washing, drying.
    C. Fixing, washing, developing, wiping
    D. None of the above
    B. Developing, fixing, washing, drying
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  2. Which of the following doesnt exist in what development consists of?
    A. Reducing agents
    B. Preservative
    C. Wheels.
    D. Activators
    C. Wheels
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  3. What does reducing agents do?
    A. Provide neurons to bromide ions.
    B. Attracts ions to sensitivity speck
    C. Provide free eletrons to silver ions.
    D. Provide photons to the negative ions.
    C. Provide free electrons to silver ions
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. What are the two reducing agents?
    A. Neil and George.
    B. Sodium and hydrogen.
    C. Gold and silver.
    D. Phenidone and hydroquinone
    D. Phenidone and hydroquinone
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  5. What does the reducing agent phenidone do very well?
    A. Works slowly to produce shades of gray.
    B. Works quickly to produc shades of gray
    C. Works moderately to produce shades of gray
    D. They dont produce shades of gray.
    B. Works quickly to produce shades of gray
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  6. What does the reudcing agent hydroquinone do well?
    A. Works quickly to produce black areas
    B. Works slowly to produce gray areas
    C. Works slwoly to produce black areas
    D. Works quickly to produce shades of gray
    C. Works slowly to produce black areas
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  7. True or false: reducing agents are used for developers to become oxidized.
    True
  8. True or false: If reducers are not properly replenished, it chanes to deep amber -> brown -> rust red
    True
  9. What typically is used as an activator?
    A. Soium carbonate
    B. Sodium bromide
    C. Sodium sulfite
    D. None of the above
    A. Sodium carbonate
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  10. What does activators do to the pH balance?
    A. They keep everything more acidic.
    B. They make it more neutral.
    C. Nothing.
    D. They keep it maintained.
    D. They keep it maintained.
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  11. What does activators do for the penetration of reducing agents?
    A. Breaks a "door" in order to make it easier to penetrate.
    B. Makes developer solution caustic.
    C. Blocks reducing agents in order for them to not release free electrons to silver ions.
    D. Swells gelatin making it easier to penetrate
    D. Swells gelatin making it easier to penetrate
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  12. What typically are restrainerse and what do they do?
    A. Typically sodium bicarbonate which provides a distraction to slow reducers.
    B. Typically potassium sulfate which provides a distraction to activators
    C. Typically potassium brommide to provide distraction for overactive reducers.
    D. Prevents developer from acting on unexposed silver halide crystals
    C. And D.
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  13. True or false: Preservatives are typically sodium sulfite and decreases oxidation made by air.
    True
  14. What is the hardener responsible for?
    A. For controlling swelling of gelatin
    B. For preventing abrasions during processing
    C. Maintaning uniform film thickness.
    D. All of the above
    D. All of the above
  15. True or False: If there arent high enough levels of hardener, gelatin on the developer will stick to rollers, if too much hardener then it may harden emulsion too soon.
    A. True
  16. Water should be filtere with...
    A. None
    B. 5-15 micrometer filter
    C. 5-10 micrometer filter
    D. 10-15 micrometer filter
    C. 5-10 micrometer
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. What does fixing do to undeveloped silver halides?
    A. Removes it.
    B. Fixes it.
    C. Cleans it.
    D. None of the above.
    A. Removes it
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  18. What does the "fixing" stage have differently than the "developing" stage?
    A. Fixing has clearing agents while developing has reducing agents.
    B. Developing has a solvent and fixing doesnt.
    C. Fixing stage has activators and developing doesnt.
    A. Fixing has clearing agents while deveoloping has reducing agents.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. What does the clearing agent in the "fixing" stage do?
    A. Melts the chemistry away from the film.
    B. Bonds wit unexposed silver halides becoming thiosilversulfate
    C. Bonds with developed silver halides.
    B. Bonds with unexposed silver halides becoming thiosilver sulfate.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. What does activator in the "fixing" stage do?
    A.stops developing process
    B. Stops action of reducers
    C.enhances the action of reducers.
    D. None of the above
    A. And C.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. In the "fixing stage" what does preservatives do?
    A. It stops it from oxidizing.
    B. Remove ammonium from thiosilversulfate to further increase quality of removement of silver halides.
    C. Removes silver from ammonium thiosilversulfate to allow ammonium thiosulfate to continue to remove silver halides.
    D. None of the above.
    C. Removes silver from ammonium thiosilversulfate to allow ammonium thiosulfate to continue to remove silver halides
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. True or False: The hardener for the "fixing" stage does something completely different than the "developers" stage.
    True: The hardener does the exact same thing the stage for developing.
  23. The solvent for both developing and fixing stages are...
    A. Filtered and treated water
    B. Tap water.
    C. Solution.
    A. Filtered and treated water.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. What should the temperature be for the developer for reduing agents to work optimally?
    A. 43-65 degrees celcius
    B. 92-96 degrees farenheit
    C. 80-86 degrees farenheit
    D. 90-96 degrees farenheit
    D. 90-96 degrees fareneit.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. True or False:if fixer is not washed off from the film, film will yellow and brown in age.
    True
  26. What humidity and temperature are used for storage of films?
    A. 70 degrees with 60% humidity
    B. 60 degrees with 70% humidity
    C. 60 degrees with 50% humidity
    D. 60 degrees wit 60% humidity.
    A. 70 degrees with 60% humidity
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. Transport racks have three series of rollers that...
    A. Provide a smooth area for film to move through smoothly through each tank without jamming.
    B. Provide some tension to hold roller in place before it goes in.
    C. Provide constant tension to move film through each tank.
    D. None of the above.
    C. Provide constant tension to move film through each tnak.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. Transport racks have three turn around equipment at the bottom of the tank. These are...
    A. Master roller, planetary rollers, and guide shoes.
    B. Master roller, wings rollers, guide shoes.
    C. Secondary rollers, main rollers, and homing shoes.
    D. None of the above.
    A. Master roller, plantery rollers and guide shoes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. It is known that cross over networks have a similar turnaround equipment in transport racks. A misaligned guide roller can..
    A. Point the film towards the wrong direction.
    B. Jam the film.
    C. Leave a water spot.
    D. Scratch the film
    D. Scratch the film
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. What does the drive system do?
    A. Turns the guide shoes
    B. Turns the whole system
    C. Turns the planetary rollers
    D. Turns the master roller
    B. Turns the whole system
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. How does the dryer system dry the films?
    A. Removes chemistry.
    B. Both C and D.
    C. Has squeege crossover rollers that removes excess water.
    D. Has hot air blown through slotted tubes.
    E. Blows cold air to ensure that films do not melt.
    B. Both C and D.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. For the replenishment system, how much water does it squirt from developer/fixer
    A. 4-7 ml/6-8ml
    B. 4-5ml/6-8ml
    C. 3-4 ml/5-6 ml
    B. 4-5ml/6-8ml
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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