[Darkroom] Photo development chemicals cut with distilled water?

Mikael Vejdemo Johansson michiexile at gmail.com
Fri Feb 18 12:46:06 PST 2011


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Basically, if your chemicals are in any way equipped with loose ions (acids, dissolved salts, et.c.), they will be conductive.

If you just toss your electronics into distilled water you're fine, but many steps along the way use acids or salts that are happy to go exchange ions with their surroundings, and will be likely to be conductive.

You could cut a small amount of the chemical you want the way you want to cut it, and then measure conductivity with a multimeter...

// Mikael

On Feb 18, 2011, at 12:37 PM, Rubin Abdi wrote:

> If I had some electronics, that I wanted to throw into let's say a photo
> bath, is if I cut/mixed the chemicals with distilled water, would there
> still be impurities there that'll act as a conductor?
> 
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> Rubin Abdi
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