First time poster here. How big a concern is the storage of transcription recordings, a majority of which are made of coated cellulose nitrate lacquer? Coming from a moving image background, the "n" word (NITRATE) is scary, though presumably the volume of nitrate in even a large collection of coated discs is tiny compared to even a small collection of nitrate film. Were there components in the "recipe" for nitrate lacquer that tended to make them less combustible?
Thanks in advance for your advice, perspectives.
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