Clayden effect

Definition: Desensitization of light-sensitive emulsion by high-intensity radiation of short duration when followed by low-intensity light of longer duration. * Usually seen as local desensitization which may lead to reversal with older types of emulsion e.g. lightning or explosion may appear dark instead of light on printing.

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