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 Why is hypo used in photography?

Answer Hypo (sodium thiosulphate pentahydrate) is used as fixer during developing of a photographic film or plate.
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What is use of hypo in photography?

It removes undeveloped silver halides from photographic emulsions. This leaves the silver behind, giving you a prnt that won't eventually turn black (because silver halides will eventually turn bla... Read More »
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What is hypo in photography?

Hypo is used in photography it is a solution of Sodium thio sulphate, Na2S2O3
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Decalcification/ hypo calcification help?

It's called hypocalcification and it is due to something that disrupted the enamel formation process when the permanent tooth was forming while under the gums when you were a child. Nothing will re... Read More »
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My auntie is diabetic, she is always having hypo's and it has got to the stage?

You have a very serious situation going on. I am diabetic type II and my fiance is diabetic type 1. The difference is I have to take pills for mine to control it and he must take pills and insuli... Read More »
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