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What is the difference between Photocopy and xeroxed copy

Asked by sudhakar pradhan, 19 Aug '08 04:05 pm
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Both are same. Photocopier is the main word. In 1937, the process called Xerography was invented by American law student Chester Carlson. Carlson had invented a copying process based on electrostatic energy. Xerography became commercially available in 1950 by the Xerox Corporation. Hence, through out the world, the photocopier is adoringly called xerox machines.
Answered by Indra Datta, 19 Aug '08 04:09 pm

 
  
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