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What is a good low or no toxicity developer for holograms?



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There was no title on this one, but it is a good question. You certainly should contact Dr. Jeong at Lake Forest College in, yes, you guessed it, Lake Forest Illinois. He is regarded by many as Mr. Hologram. He has developed a completely non-toxic development system for holography. He can be reached through INTERGRAF in Lake Forest Illinois. He also uses the name Center for Photonics. I would suggest that you use d directory assistance to reach him. I am not sure if is appropriate to leave phone numbers on the bbs. I guess I would better reread the rules. In any case, this would be my suggestion.

Nick P. Drozdoff



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