Gelatin process

Definition of Gelatin process

a name applied to a number of processes in the arts, involving the use of gelatin.
(Photog.) A dry-plate process in which gelatin is used as a substitute for collodion as the sensitized material. This is the dry-plate process in general use, and plates of extreme sensitiveness are produced by it.
(Print.) A method of producing photographic copies of drawings, engravings, printed pages, etc., and also of photographic pictures, which can be printed from in a press with ink, or (in some applications of the process) which can be used as the molds of stereotype or electrotype plates.
(Print. or Copying) A method of producing facsimile copies of an original, written or drawn in aniline ink upon paper, thence transferred to a cake of gelatin softened with glycerin, from which impressions are taken upon ordinary paper.

See also: Gelatin Gelatin Gelatin Gelatin

Word:

Browse

Geer
Geese
Geest
Geet
Geez
geezer
gegenschein
Gehenna
geic
geic acid
gein
geisha
Geissler tube
Geitonogamy
Gelable
Gelada
Gelastic
Gelatification
Gelatigenous
Gelatin
-Gelatin process-
Gelatinate
Gelatination
Gelatine
Gelatiniferous
Gelatiniform
Gelatinization
Gelatinize
Gelatinous
Gelation
Geld
Geldable
Gelder
Gelder-rose
Gelding
Gelechia
gelechiid
Gelechiidae
Gelid
Gelidity
Gelidly
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

© 2014 Delaflex, Inc.Dictionary Home