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toner

Photog a chemical solution that softens or alters the colour of the tones of a photographic image
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toner

[′tō·nər]
(graphic arts)
The fine, black, resinous powder used in electrostatic imaging processes to make an electrostatic image readable; the toner is either deposited directly on coated paper or transferred from a charged surface to ordinary paper, then fused to the paper by heating.
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toner

An undiluted organic pigment; contains little or no inert matter.
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toner

An electrically charged ink used in copy machines and laser printers. It adheres to an invisible image that has been charged with the opposite polarity onto a plate or drum or onto the paper itself.
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The HP JetIntelligence technology inside every original HP toner cartridge enables LaserJet printers to print even more high-quality pages and work at peak performance while ensuring utmost protection against counterfeit cartridges.
Some of the Major ingredient in skin toner includes water, butylene glycol, sophora angustifolia root extract, alcohol denat, betaine, hydrogenated castor oil, caprylyl glycol, mentha piperita (Peppermint) Leaf Extract, symphytum officinale leaf extract, sodium oleth-8 Phosphate, Poncirus trifoliata fruit extract, triethanolamine, polysorbate 80, disodium EDTA and fragrance.
Xeikon dry toner is already the preferred technology for wine and spirits labels, which often utilize structured label substrates.
Figure 8 shows the hysteresis loop of the printing toners. Similar to the magnetites used to prepare them, the diagram exhibits a low remanent magnetization value that indicates the presence of a semisuperparamagnetic fraction in the material [13].
If you still like the feel of a toner-type product, you could try Darphin's Azahar Floral Water Micellar Cleanser at PS23 - it does so much more than traditional toners.
The dry toner technology used in the QA-toners is 100% compatible with the increasing demand for global reductions of VOC emissions, and existing deinking and recycling installations.
While the traditional recycling industry, in many ways, has moved away from its image as a way for Boy Scouts to raise money, the fairly rapid development of the toner cartridge recycling industry has happened precisely because entrepreneurs have made pitches to schools, non-profits and other organizations that cartridge recycling can be a way to make money and save on some costs.
In July of this year, the Peruvian National Division of Crimes against Intellectual Property Fiscal Police seized hundreds of thousands of counterfeit HP ink and toner product and packaging, preventing approximately US$9.3 million in counterfeit product from flooding the market.
Alcohol-infused and astringent toners can make the skin surrounding the pores slightly irritated, causing the pores to appear to shrink.
More firms now realise it's cheaper to have toners refilled by companies like Yuval's AFIC than to buy new ones.
TonerBoss wide selection of replacement HP toners include black toners, color toner cartridges and MICR toners, that are proven by many to be ideally compatible for different HP series.