Abstract

Ink-jet printing simply involves squirting droplets of ink on to a substrate (paper or plastic) to produce an image. It completes the trio of the three major nonimpact printing technologies, along with electrophotography (Chapter 7) and thermography (Chapter 8).

Keywords

Ketone Toxicology Phthalocyanine Ethanolamine Carboxy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter Gregory
    • 1
  1. 1.Specialties Research Centre ICI SpecialtiesImperial Chemical Industries PLCBlackley, ManchesterEngland

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