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By Arthur S. Diamond

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When Y is hydrogen, a cross-oxidation of the leuco dye with a second molecule of D ox occurs to generate the image dye. When Y is a good leaving group, a simple elimination of H-Y takes place to convert the leuco dye into the image dye. The terms ‘‘four-equivalent’’ and ‘‘two-equivalent’’ in the scheme refer to the change in oxidation state as the two classes of couplers are transformed to dyes. These are the same as the number of silver ions that are stoichiometrically reduced to silver metal when one mole of dye is formed.

The middle layers contain green-sensitized silver halide and a magenta dye-forming coupler, and the bottom image-forming layers contain red-sensitized silver halide with a cyan dye-forming coupler. The blue-sensitized layer is typically overcoated with a layer to remove ultraviolet light. A blue-light filter is placed between the blue and green records because the silver halide in the lower layers retains its native sensitivity to blue light. The couplers themselves are often dissolved in high boiling organic media called coupler solvents.

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