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transparent electrophotographic films

Imaging materials that generally consist of a polyester base, a transparent electrically conductive layer and an organic photoconductive top coating. When charged and exposed to light, an electrostatic image is created and can be electrode developed. The resulting visible image is made permanent by heat-fixing.
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