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Figure 2. 7 shows a typical record from such an instrument. v. v. v. light). v. radiation. v. radiation. It may be permanised, this being a developing process similar to the normal photographic one, that is a chemical developing and fixing process. v. light is avoided; in consequence, the maker's instructions for a particular paper must not be considered to apply to all papers. If a record is obtained with a good contrast by photodeveloping, it is possible to obtain short lengths of permanent record by some of the photocopying processes.

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