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    Rectangular TLC Developing Tanks

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    Re: Rectangular TLC Developing Tanks

    I found refrigerator trays at Target that are 6x14 for my 5x12 printing. Found a 5 reel stainless Nikkor tank for the film but it needs 1800ml developer and is heavy when filled. Need something to reduce volume or a smaller tube.
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    Re: Rectangular TLC Developing Tanks

    I use chafing dish for 7X17

    My absolutely favorite tanks are Nikor with up to 12, 2-1/4 X 3-1/4 sheet film in their 'waffle'

    Light tite, once loaded and film drys best inside the waffle outside the can

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    Re: Rectangular TLC Developing Tanks

    No good for me. Can't do 8x10.

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    Re: Rectangular TLC Developing Tanks

    Not a lot of hobbyists or self employed analytical scientists doing thin layer chromatography at home. Probably always ordered with a purchase order or company account.

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    Re: Rectangular TLC Developing Tanks

    I was looking for emulsion plates when I saw the nice tank

    Surplus may show up

    I have SS 10X10" Plate tank, that can accept several thick plates, bought last decade

    and my Arkay gas burst tanks came out of some non hobbyist system
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