[ mee-tawl, -tol ]
/ ˈmi tɔl, -tɒl /
a brand name for a colorless, water-soluble salt, C14H20N2O6S, used chiefly as a photographic developer.
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Example sentences from the Web for metol
The same remarks as to over and under-exposure apply as in the case of metol.The Barnet Book of Photography|Various
British Dictionary definitions for metol
/ (ˈmiːtɒl) /
a colourless soluble organic substance used, in the form of its sulphate, as a photographic developer; p- methylaminophenolSee also aminophenol
Word Origin for metol
C20: from German, an arbitrary coinage
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