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- n. A photograph taken on paper prepared by the use of a sensitive salt of iron and developed by the application of gold chloride.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A photographic picture taken upon paper prepared by the use of a sensitive salt of iron and developed by the application of chloride of gold.
- n. 2process, invented by Sir J.Herschel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In photography: A photographic process in which paper sensitized by ferric ammonium citrate is exposed behind a negative and the picture is developed by a neutral solution of gold chlorid and fixed by potassium iodide. The process is due to Sir John Herschel.
- n. A picture made by this process.
Ancient Greek (Wiktionary)