silver bromide is extensively used in photography, and the bromides of sodium and potassium are used as drugs.
The silver bromide is much more sensitive than the chloride, so that the printing can be done in artificial light.
By these silver bromide is obtained in a very fine state of division, ready to mix with gelatine and water in any proportion.
In the case of the silver bromide a distinct photo-electric effect is still observed.
Let remain two or three minutes after transparency is cleared of all appearance of silver bromide.
In brief, film is a cellulose base coated with silver bromide and gelatine.
In 1874 Stas called attention to six modifications of silver bromide.
The molecules of silver bromide gradually aggregate together, forming larger and larger particles.