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Photog a chemical solution that softens or alters the colour of the tones of a photographic image
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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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An undiluted organic pigment; contains little or no inert matter.
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tonerAn 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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