Younger Chemists Committee Presents:
An informal monthly lecture series
to be held the 3rd Tuesday of every month
at Traffic Jam & Snug in Detroit
An evening of libations, edible delights and science inquiry
Dry Plate Photography
Dry plate, also known as gelatin process, is an improved type of photographic plate popularized in the 1880's. This light sensitive emulsion technique was used during the Civil War and beyond. Robert Beech has been exploring the art of creating his own dry plate photographs. The science of the emulsion process and colloid chemistry will be explained. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to have your picture taken using this historic technique!!
Tuesday, September 17th, 2013 at 7 PM
There is no admission charge, and free parking is available.
Feel free to join us before the talk at 6:00 PM for a dutch-treat dinner.
Traffic Jam & Snug
511 West Canfield Street, Detroit, MI 48201
The Traffic Jam and Snug, established 1965, is known for their in-house bakery, microbrewery, dairy, and made-from-scratch dishes.