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Applicable topics: electrophotographic printing, xerography, laser printer, photocopier

This is an example of how an image is "written" onto the photoreceptive drum in a laser printer. In real life, the electrons are far smaller than the beam and lose their charge in clusters, but have been enlarged here to one electron per pixel for clarity of operation.

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