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Microenvironments-the conditions inside an enclosure-can also have an impact on the condition of cellulose acetate film.
Cellulose acetate film is also used to make replicates of materials and biological samples for microscopy.
Cellulose acetate film, which was the initial replacement for nitrate, has been found to suffer from 'vinegar syndrome'.
These Cellulose acetate films were later discovered to outgass acids (also referred to as vinegar syndrome).
Cellulose acetate film, or safety film, is used in photography as a base material for photographic emulsions.
The same materials, cellulose acetate films, are used for creating replicas of biological materials such as bacteria.
Brown is credited with having invented the term vinegar syndrome to describe the deacetylation of cellulose acetate film base.
The Dreyfus brothers initially focused on cellulose acetate film, which was then widely used in celluloid plastics and film.
Cellulose acetate film was introduced in 1934 as a replacement for the cellulose nitrate film stock that had previously been standard.
In 1948 Professor E.M. Emmert built the first plastic greenhouse, a wooden structure covered with cellulose acetate film.
An early special type of plastic film capacitors were the cellulose acetate film capacitors, also called MKU capacitors.
With this lamninator, Barrow developed a process for laminating brittle documents between tissue and cellulose acetate film, as well as a highly effective means of deacidifying paper.
Samples may also be replicated using cellulose acetate film, the film subsequently coated with a heavy metal, the original film melted away, and the replica imaged on the TEM.
While digitization would be an ideal way to preserve the contents of cellulose acetate film, current standards do not allow for scanning at sufficient resolutions to produce a copy of the same picture and sound quality as the original.
Included in the crypt are airtight receptacles containing microfilm on cellulose acetate film containing more than 800 classic works of literature, including the Bible, the Koran, Homer's Iliad, and Dante's Inferno.
In the case of film, an example of inherent vice is the innate chemical instability of cellulose acetate film, which can result in the degradation known as "vinegar syndrome" due to the distinctive vinegar odor it produces.
Prichett decided to put a piece of Cellulose acetate film (which was a standard tool in graphic arts at the time) over the screen so that he could use a Grease pencil to sketch exactly which parts of the commercial were visible.
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