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Definition of "xerographic" []

  • A photocopying process in which an electrostatic image is formed on a selenium plate or cylinder. The plate or cylinder is dusted with a resinous powder, which adheres to the charged regions, and the image is then transferred to a sheet of paper on which it is fixed by heating (noun)
  • Of, relating to, or produced by xerography (adjective)

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Use "xerographic" in a sentence
  • "I've been feeling unsatisfied with my current method of creating xerographic art from my digital prints."
  • "He had arrived at the central concept, the idea of using a laser to “paint” an image on a xerographic drum, early on."
  • "With the coming of the laser printer, computers printed by directing a laser to “paint” text on a xerographic drum, a different principle."
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