electrography


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electrography

[i‚lek·′träg·rə·fē]
(graphic arts)
The branch of electrostatography in which electrostatic images are formed on an insulating medium without the aid of electromagnetic radiation.
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The formation of images obtained with electrography is based mainly on extraction of ions and water radicals at the drop surface and their interactions with emulsion.
Operating in more than 40 countries around the world under the widely recognized names Coates, Coates Lorilleux, and Coates Brothers, the division is a major producer of conventional printing inks, screen printing inks and electrography.