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Imaging Technology, 2. Copying and Nonimpact Printing Processes

  1. Damodar M. Pai1,
  2. Andrew R. Melnyk1,
  3. Richard Hann2,
  4. Walter Crooks3,
  5. Keith S. Pennington3,
  6. Francis C. Lee3,
  7. C. Wayne Jaeger4,
  8. Don R. Titterington4,
  9. Walter Lutz5,
  10. Arno Bräuninger6,
  11. Luc De Brabandere7,
  12. Frans Claes7,
  13. Rene De Keyzer7,
  14. Wilhelmus Janssens7,
  15. Rod Potts7

Published Online: 15 OCT 2011

DOI: 10.1002/14356007.o13_o08

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

How to Cite

Pai, D. M., Melnyk, A. R., Hann, R., Crooks, W., Pennington, K. S., Lee, F. C., Jaeger, C. W., Titterington, D. R., Lutz, W., Bräuninger, A., De Brabandere, L., Claes, F., De Keyzer, R., Janssens, W. and Potts, R. 2011. Imaging Technology, 2. Copying and Nonimpact Printing Processes. Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. .

Author Information

  1. 1

    Xerox Corporation, Joseph C. Wilson Center for Technology, Rochester, New York 14644, United States

  2. 2

    ICI Imagedata, Brantham Industrial Estate, Manningtree, United Kingdom

  3. 3

    IBM, San Jose, California 95193, United States

  4. 4

    Xerox, Wilsonville, Oregon 97070, United States

  5. 5

    Kalle ReproMedia, Werk Kalle-Albert, Wiesbaden, Federal Republic of Germany

  6. 6

    Hoechst Aktiengesellschaft, Werk Kalle-Albert, Wiesbaden, Federal Republic of Germany

  7. 7

    Agfa-Gevaert N.V., Mortsel (Antwerpen), Belgium

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 OCT 2011

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Abstract

The article contains sections titled:

1.Office Copying and Printing
1.1.Electrophotography
1.1.1.Photoreceptor
1.1.2.Corotron Charging
1.1.3.Light Exposure
1.1.4.Image Development
1.1.5.Image Transfer and Fusing
1.1.6.Photoreceptor Cleaning and Erase
1.1.7.Other Electrophotographic Imaging Systems
1.2.Thermographic Printing
1.2.1.Thermal Print Transducers
1.2.2.Resistive Ribbon Technology
1.2.3.Imaging Materials and Mechanisms
1.2.4.Comparison of Thermal Technologies
1.3.Ink-Jet Printing
1.3.1.Continuous Ink Jet
1.3.2.Impulse (Drop-on-Demand) Ink Jet
1.3.3.Ink-Jet Nozzle Orifice
1.3.4.Ink-Jet Inks
1.3.5.Colorants Used in Ink Jet Inks
1.3.6.Color Printing with Ink Jets
2.Technical Copying
2.1.Diazotyping
2.1.1.Photolysis
2.1.2.Coupling Reaction
2.1.3.Production of Diazotyping Material
2.1.4.Processing
2.2.Other Photochemical Systems
2.3.Silver Process
2.3.1.Black and White Copying Materials Based on Silver Diffusion Transfer Technology
2.3.2.Modern Lithographic Printing Applications
2.3.3.Color-Copying Materials Based on Dye Diffusion Chemistry
3.Microfilms and Microfiches
3.1.Diazotyping
3.2.Vesicular Film

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