A&P Silver Nitrate Color Sensitivity

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    I'm trying to digitally simulate the appearance of a photograph taken on silver nitrate B&W film. To do this, I need to know the spectrum sensitivity of silver nitrate film so I can figure out what weights to give the Red, Green, and Blue color values in my picture when I mix the colors together into shades of grey. Does anybody know what these weights are, or where I could get information that would point me in the right direction?
     
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    Well, I ended up finding a spectrum graph for orthochromatic and panchromatic B&W film. Infrared too. They are all now programmed. The IR isn't perfect, of course, since it's fake, but it's pretty good for a fake.
     

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