(Received 8 July 1987; accepted 9 September 1987)
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Modern advancements in the electronics industry have made infrared (IR) night vision instruments valuable tools in the photographic laboratory. Because the majority of black-and-white and color films are not sensitive in the IR portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, they can be handled and processed with the aid of infrared inspection devices. The overwhelming advantages of processing by IR inspection are numerous, but the primary benefit is to watch the latent image develop before your eyes.
Principal Investigator, Counter Measures Research Laboratory (CMRL, Belvoir Research and Development Center), Fort Belvoir, VA
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