While a regular x-ray film is developed at 68F for three to five minutes, a segment
of blue-sensitive film requires minutes.
According to the subcourse, the absolute upper temperature limit at which x-ray
film can be hand processed is:
When processing in trays, sticking is prevented by:
a. Adding chemicals.
b. Keeping the temperature low.
Rocking the tray from side to side.
d. Putting the film in very slowly.
Tray agitation requires _______ less development time than the tank system.
a. Five percent more.
b. Ten percent more.
Fifeteen percent less.
d. Twenty percent less.