Double emulsion film

Last revised by Dr Henry Knipe on 09 Mar 2022

Double emulsion film is a type of x-ray film that contains emulsion on both sides of the base. They have a thin layer of emulsion on both sides to absorb light from the front and back of the intensifying screen with which they are meant to be used. Both emulsions contribute to the overall radiographic density of the film. They usually have a high speed than single emulsion x-ray films.

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