Amidol

Amidol is a colorless crystalline compound with the molecular structure C6H3(NH2)2OH. It is a dihydrogen chloride salt and is used as a photographic developer. It was introduced as a developing agent for photographic papers in 1892. It is unusual amongst developing agents as it works most effectively in slightly acid conditions rather than the str...
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Amidol

• (n.) A salt of a diamino phenol, C6H3(OH)(NH2)2, used as a developer.
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Amidol

Am'i·dol noun [ Amide + - ol as in alcohol .] (Photog. & Chem.) A salt of a diamino phenol, C 6 H 3 (OH)(NH 2 ) 2 , used as a developer.
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Amidol

Soluble reducing agent which works at low pH values
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Amidol

Soluble reducing agent which works at low ph values.
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