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The increasingly important and complicated technology of electrophotography (also called xerography), familiar to most people as the technology in photocopiers and laser printers, is the subject of this book, written for both the newcomer and the established expert. Introductory chapters acquaint the reader with the current status of electrophotography, including its technical history and current and projected markets. Alternative related copying and printing technologies are also presented. One chapter deals with the physics of the six process steps, with references giving access to the original literature. A further chapter points out the challenges of the development subsystem, which determines the best copy quality the customer can receive. Significant aspects of this system are not well understood and expensive manpower-intensive empirical design approaches are still required. The remainder of the book consists of a critical review of the literature of development physics, a thorough treatment of static electricity, and a discussion of two-component, monocomponent and liquid development systems. After mastering this material, the reader will have a working knowledge of the physics of the complete electrophotographic process and a detailed knowledge of what is known and not known about its most important subsystem, development.
|Statement||by Lawrence B. Schein|
|Series||Springer Series in Electrophysics -- 14, Springer Series in Electrophysics -- 14.|
|LC Classifications||QC350-467, TA1501-1820, QC392-449.5, TA1750-1750.22|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xviii, 271 pages 164 illustrations).|
|Number of Pages||271|
|ISBN 10||3642970877, 3642970850|
|ISBN 10||9783642970870, 9783642970856|
See Article History. Electrophotography, any of several image-forming processes, principally xerography and the dielectric process, that rely on photoconductive substances whose electrical resistance decreases when light falls on them; it is the basis of the most widely used document-copying machines. A layered manufacturing technique that uses electrophotography is described where powder is picked up and deposited using a charged photoconducting surface and deposited layer by layer on a build platform. A test bed was designed and constructed to study the application of electrophotography to layered by:
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The insulator thicknesses were fixed by the printer/toner combinations. First we evaporated a set of four Cr stripes, mm wide and nm thick. Then we printed rectangular patterns of 2 mm×18 mm of either black or yellow toner across the Cr by: Xerography, also known as electrophotography, is a printing and photocopying technique that works on the basis of electrostatic charges. The xerography process is the dominant method of reproducing images and printing computer data and is used in photocopiers, laser printer s and fax machines. The term derives from the Greek words xeros, meaning dry and graphos, meaning writing.
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Electrophotography and Development Physics focuses on the complicated and increasingly important technology found in photocopiers and laser printers. An introduction chapter acquaints the reader with the technical history of electrophotography.
Electrophotography and Development Physics focuses on the complicated and increasingly important technology found in photocopiers and laser printers. An introduction chapter acquaints the reader with the technical history of electrophotography, its current and projected markets, and also alternative related copying and printing technologies.
Electrophotography (also called xerography), the technology inside the famil iar copier, has become increasingly important to modern society. Since the first automatic electrophotographic copiers were introduced inthey have become indispensable to the modern office and now constitute a multi billion dollar industry involving many of the world's largest corporations.
Not book are you looking for. Search Electrophotography (also called xerography), the technology inside the famil iar copier, has become increasingly important to modern society.4/5(44).
The book is a welcome addition to the texts on this subject and an Electrophotography and Development Physics book reference on image development aspects valuable to people learning electrophotography and to Author: Lawrence B.
Schein. Electrophotography and Development Physics focuses on thecomplicated and increasingly important technology found inphotocopiers and laser printers.
The most recent and thorough book on the predominant technology in the multi-billion dollar industry of printers, copiers, and fax machines. Analyzes practical approaches for different phases in the xerographic procedure. Kupte si knihu Electrophotography and Development Physics: Schein, Lawrence B.: za nejlepší cenu se slevou.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Electrophotography and Development Physics focuses on the complicated and increasingly important technology found in photocopiers and laser printers.
An introduction chapter acquaints the reader with the technical history of electrophotography, its current and projected markets, and also alternative related Brand: Barnes & Noble Press. Electrophotography and Development Physics (Springer Series in Electronics and Photonics) by Lawrence B.
Schein. Springer-Verlag, 2 Sub. Paperback. Used:Good. The second part of the book discusses amorphous chalcogenides, whose applications include electrophotography, switching, and memory elements.
This book will serve as an excellent reference source for solid state scientists and engineers, and as a useful self-contained introduction to the field for graduate students.
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Its fundamental principle was invented by American physicist Chester Carlson and based on Hungarian physicist Pál Selényi's publications. Chester Carlson applied for and was awarded U.S. Patent 2, on October 6, The technique was originally called press: ゼログラフィ（Xerography）または電子写真（electrophotography）とは、年にチェスター・カールソンが発明した乾式複写技法であり、年 10月6日に アメリカ合衆国特許第2,号 として特許を取得した。 カールソン自身は元々これを electrophotography と呼んでいた。.
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This book is concerned with the technology of photocopiers and laser printers. A concise description of the physics of the complete electrophotographic process is followed by an in-depth treatment of the three types of development systems (two-component, monocomponent and liquid) and their associated charging mechanisms.Electrophotography is the underlying print engine technology that drives the multimillion-dollar laser printer and toner industries.
This chapter provides a review of the foundational science Author: Marc Cousoulis.Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for the Contact electrification studies using atomic force microscope techniques Journal of Applied Physics Electrophotography and Development Physics (Laplacian, California Cited by: