Definition of Short-stop bath

1. Noun. An acid bath used to stop the action of a developer.

Exact synonyms: Short-stop, Stop Bath
Generic synonyms: Developer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Short-stop Bath

short-listing
short-lists
short-lived
short-order
short-period
short-range
short-run
short-short stories
short-short story
short-sighted
short-sightedness
short-snouted
short-spurred fragrant orchid
short-staffed
short-stop
short-stop bath (current term)
short-sword
short-tailed fox
short-tailed hawk
short-tailed hawks
short-tailed parrot
short-tailed shrew
short-tempered
short-term
short-term exposure limit
short-term memory
short-termism
short-timer
short-toed eagle
short-wave

Literary usage of Short-stop bath

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1908)
"A weak solution of sodium sulphite, often called a "short-stop bath," is suitable for this purpose, and is prepared as follows: Water 10 ounces. ..."

2. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1917)
"A weak solution of sodium sulphite, often called a "short-stop bath," is suitable for this purpose, and is prepared as follows: Water Sodium sulphite 10 oz. ..."

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