Photo Lab Index
(56) The Photo Lab Index is the recom-
mended publication to reference for
information pertaining to photo-
graphic chemicals, s __________ and
(57) State the recommended publication
reference for obtaining information
about photographic chemicals, solu-
tions, and formulas.
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The recommended publication for obtaining information concerning photographic chemicals,
solutions, and formulas is
photographic technical bulletins.
the Manual of Naval Photography.
The Photo Lab Index.
TM 11-401-1, Pictorial Fundamentals.
IDENTIFY CONTAINERS AND CHEMICALS WITH THE PROPER METHOD OF
STORAGE FOR EACH.
a. When chemicals are received from supply and unpacked and checked into the storeroom,
they should be stored and arranged so that as little damage as possible will occur.
b. All liquids should be stored on the bottom shelves. If a bottle should accidentally break, less
damage would occur to the other chemicals. Chemicals in large bottles and containers are stored on the
lower shelves for ease in handling.
c. Chemicals that react violently with each other should be stored separately to prevent
explosion or fire.
d. In the Mobile Photo Labs (ES-38, ES-82), chemical solutions in glass or hard plastic
containers should be separated by sheets of cardboard, have rubber matting underneath, and be lashed
down in small lots when the mobile lab is on the move.