from The Century Dictionary.
- Under the influence of large doses of one of the bromides, as bromide of potassium or sodium.
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A photographic plate sensitive throughout its length is got by means of a mixture of eosene, iodized collodion, and bromized collodion.
While this is dissolving in a little Florence flask on a retort stand at a safe distance from the lamp -- which it will do in about 5 minutes -- take of the bromized solution ½ an ounce, of absolute ether 1 ounce, of gun-cotton grains; put these in a clean bottle, shake once or twice, and the gun-cotton, if good, will entirely dissolve.
As soon as the silver is all dissolved, and while quite hot, pour out the above bromized collodion into a clean 4-ounce measure, having ready in it a clean slip of glass.
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