Posted by Maxim on 29th Apr 2016
Potassium bromide is used in grams or fractions of grams. I didn't find crushing the chunks into useful sizes easy and was difficult to portion.
Posted by John on 31st Dec 2014
This was exactly what I needed. This is the most pure potassium bromide I have dealt with for photography. As another review said, there are some big chunks due to crystallization so you might need to crush them to make them easily soluble.
Posted by brandon allen on 28th Oct 2014
This stuff is perfect for use as a restraining agent in Caffenol C developers. There are some big chunks in the jar, but seem as though they would be easy to crush up.
Posted by Sid on 25th Sep 2014
Ordering was easy, with a good selection of sizes.
Shipment was done incredibly quickly, and it arrived sooner than I expected.
This KBr was used for Black and White film development, measured on a 0.01g digital scale, and performed as expected at the recommended weight of KBr.
In the bottle, there was some powder and some lumps. The lumps come apart fairly easily with some pressure applied to them, and obtaining the correct weight is easy.