Xerography Definition

A process for copying printed material, pictures, etc. onto paper, in which a latent image of the original material is transferred by the action of light onto an electrically charged surface to which the image attracts oppositely charged dry ink particles: the particles are then fused into place on the copy paper, reproducing the original image.
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Origin of Xerography

  • xero- +"Ž -graphy

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