As of now an additional accelerator (Lith B) is not required.
A suspension of Glycin and Potassium carbonate. Shake the bottle before use.
Second developer after SE5 or Easy Lith. The resulting hue is depending on the paper, exposure and settings of the two developers.
Reddish tones may occur with some older papers, such as Record Rapid, Brovira, Portriga, Kentona, Forte Warmtone or Guilleminot and with all currently available Fomatone papers.
Bromide papers react less colorful, however such papers might be used with this treatment in order to affect the tonal range.
Mixing of working solutions:
water 1000ml + Lith G 5-10ml. Disolve the required amount in 100ml hot water and fill up to 1000ml.
If more reddish tones are desired, a small amount of ammonium chloride may be necessary with some papers. To much Ammonium chloride may cause fog. In such cases add 0,5 - 3ml Lith D (diluted 1+4).