Carbonless Copy Paper Debris
This is from an environmental tapelift in an office where large numbers of carbonless paper forms are
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Carbonless copy paper relies on a chemical reaction to produce a color. One side of the sheet of paper is coated with micro-capsules of one
reagent and the facing side of the adjacent sheet of paper is coated with the other reagent. Pressure ruptures the micro-capsules and the resulting
reaction produces the color copy of the pressure pattern.
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