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Who Invented Xerography or Dry Writing
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The Credit of Inventing the process of electrophotography or xerography or dry writing goes to an American inventor Mr. Chester Floyd Carlson. The xerography is the same process which we use to copy our pages and call it as Xerox. Its name is xerography or dry writing because it makes copies without using ink. He got a patent of his invention on October 6, 1942.
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