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Publication numberUS1962133 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJun 12, 1934
Filing dateMay 18, 1933
Priority dateMay 18, 1933
Publication numberUS 1962133 A, US 1962133A, US-A-1962133, US1962133 A, US1962133A
InventorsBrooker Leslie G S, Staud Cyril J
Original AssigneeEastman Kodak Co
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Photographic emulsion containing certain disulphides as antifoggants
US 1962133 A
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Patented June 1 2, 1934 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 1,962,133 rno'roe'aarmc EMULSION CONTAINING CERTAIN DISULPHIDES AS AN'I'IFOG- GAN TS Rochester,

N. Y.. a corporation of New York No Drawing. Application May 18, 1933,

' Serial N0. 671,720

3 Claims.

This invention relates to anti-fogging agents for photographic .amulsiohs, such as gelatinosilver-halide emulsions; and more particularly to the use of di-o-formylalkylaminodiphenyl- 5 disulphides for that purpose.

Some sensitizing dyes, while being powerful color sensitizers, have a fogging action upon photographic emulsions containing them. It is also well known that when development of photographic film is continued for protracted periods. or at temperatures above normal, fog is apt to result. 'Y

We have found that the harmful effects can be decreased by adding a small proportion of one 5 or more of the above disulphides tophotographic emulsions.

An object of our invention, therefore, is to provide photographic emulsions of enhanced stability. Other objects will hereinafter appear.

We have found that certain complex disulphides may be used for this purpose. For instance, di-of0rmylethylaminodiphenyldisulphide, which is obtained by the alkaline oxidation of benzothiazole ethiodi'de, is a powerful anti-foggant. Com- '5 pounds of this type have the structure '0 [111030 OHQED I g in which R equals an alkyl group.

When a solution containing 2 mg. of di-o-for mylethylaminodiphenyldisulphide, for instance, was added to 100 cc. of a fast negative emulsion the fog was materially reduced. This is merely illustrative of the use of these disulphides as anti-- 7 tenants and is not intended to limit our invention as it applies to the various known emulsions. The preparation of these disulphides is described in the literature and need not be repeated here. The disulphide is merely dissolved in alcohol and a solution containing approximately 1-8 mg. of the disulphide is added to cc. of any of the gelatino-silver-halide emulsions known to photographic experts (usually suitable sensitized as described in the prior art) and the emulsion coated upon a support in the usual way. I

What we claim as our invention and. desire to be secured by Letters Patent of the United States is:

1. A gelatino-silver-halide emulsion containing as an anti-foggant, a compound having the 4'0 general formula 8-- -g v (Isaac OHOND r i i in which R equals and alkyl group.

2. A gelatinosilver-halide emulsion containing di-o-formylethylanunodiphnyldisulphide as an 82 anti-togsant.

3. A photographic element coated with a gelatino-silver-halide emulsion containing as an antifoggant, a compound having the general formula a [Inqno OHQNI) i it o0 in which R equals an alkyl group.

' r LESLIE G. S. BROOKER.

' C'YRIL J. BTAUD.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification430/611
International ClassificationG03C1/34
Cooperative ClassificationG03C1/346
European ClassificationG03C1/34S