WHAT ARE FILMIC ELEMENTS WITH EXAMPLES?
Filmic elements in chemistry refer to elements of the periodic table that are sensitive to light. They can store or transmit light and images as data within their subatomic arrangements.
They can also be referred to as photographic or light-sensitive elements. Examples of filmic elements are mostly semiconductors, silver, and halogens:
Silicon and germanium are also filmic because they can be used to produce photoreceptors and photosensitive diodes.