The process or processes, and answers can be found here on the forum, as a member you have free assess to this information, the search button will help you find what your looking for, I understand translation of document can be difficult, but if I wished to learn something I will go to the trouble needed to find the answer, If I was not interested enough to work to get those answers I would just sell the silver bearing film.
Search the forum you will find your answer in forum discussions and documents like these:
Or sell your scrap and buy silver with the money.search.php?keywords=Photo+paper+silver+recovery&terms=all&author=&sv=0&sc=1&sf=all&sk=t&sd=d&sr=posts&st=0&ch=300&t=0&submit=Searchhttps://www.google.com/search?hl=en&as_ ... s_occt=anyhttps://www.google.com/search?hl=en&as_ ... s_occt=anyviewtopic.php?f=34&t=7361&p=66841&hilit=photo+paper#p66841http://www.kodak.com/eknec/documents/f9 ... 210ENG.pdf
Juan Manuel Arcos Frank posted these(see attachments), and much other information searching his posts on the subjects would be of help.
I do not have experience in recovery of silver from film or photo paper, but if I wish to do it all the information I would need is here on the forum for free, I would just have to do a little work to study it.
As I understand it there are different ways silver is used in film photography and X-ray, so choosing a method of recovery may be based on the type of scrap you are dealing with.
You did not give details of what type of film or photo paper you are dealing with, that can have a lot to do with the best recovery process needed.
If you know the type of paper or film you are working with try searching for a process to recover silver from that type of scrap, GSP (Gold Silver Pro), and Juan Manuel Arcos Frank both have made many excellent posts on these subjects.
GSP has made thousands of very helpful posts to anyone wishing to learn silver recovery, searching his post will be very helpful to your learning silver recovery.
GSP also has a book for sell that may help.viewtopic.php?f=34&t=7361&p=66841&hilit=photo+paper#p66841
That is the best I can help you to get silver from your photo paper, without doing the study for you, I could do the study for you, if you wish to pay for my time of studying silver recovery from photo paper, but I think you would find it cheaper and easier, and you would learn more doing the work yourself for free.
If you do some homework to learn more about what you are trying to do, then you will have enough knowledge of what you will be doing and then you could get into a conversation about the process and gain more help from the forum members.
Giving more information of the type of paper or film you have may also get you better results in your search for information.
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