ID-ll, is it the same thing as d-76?

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by Larry, Jul 24, 2008.

  1. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I like using ID-11. I currently have no recipe for it but I do have a
    recipe for d-76. Are they the same? If not, I'd appreciate a recipe
    for ID-11. thanks

    please post to my e-mail, thanks again.


    Larry
     
    Larry, Jul 24, 2008
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  2. The posted formulae are the same.

    It is my understanding that the D-76 actually sold by Kodak is the D-76d
    formula that is buffered better.
    No. If you post to the newsgroup, that is where you get answered.
     
    Jean-David Beyer, Jul 25, 2008
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  3. The published formulae for D-76 and ID-11 are
    identical, as follows:

    D-76 or ID-11
    Water (at about 125F or 52C) 750.0 ml
    Metol 2.0 grams
    Sodium sulfite, dessicated 100.0 grams
    Hydroquinone 5.0 grams
    Borax, granulated 2.0 grams
    Water to make 1.0 liter

    Packaged D-76 is similar to the published formula D-76d and
    is buffered to prevent a slow increase in pH which is a
    characteristic of these developers.

    D-76d
    Water (at about 125F or 52C) 750.0 ml
    Metol 2.0 grams
    Sodium sulfite, dessicated 100.0 grams
    Hydroquinone 5.0 grams
    Borax, granulated 8.0 grams
    Boric acid, crystalline 8.0 grams
    Water to make 1.0 liter

    The packaged products probably also contains some
    sequestering agents in it to deal with mineral salts in the
    water.
     
    Richard Knoppow, Jul 25, 2008
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