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a photocopying process in which a negative image formed on an electrically charged plate is transferred as a positive to paper and thermally fixed

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  • photocopying. gundlach devoted over three decades to transforming photocopiers into small, robust products that revolutionized xerography. as the field advanced, gundlach invented ways to produce color copies and use digital technology. he has earned more than 150 patents; while most are related to xerography, they also include a snow-making machine, a comfortable backpack, and a water-based heat pump system. factmonster.com

  • the 1960s saw a rediscovery of child abuse with the discovery of the "battered child syndrome." advances in xerography led to identification of injuries that were unlikely to have had accidental origin (kempe et al., 1962; nelson, 1984). states established child welfare agencies to investigate reports of maltreatment and take action when needed. states also enacted laws requiring professionals to report to the state agencies suspicions of abuse or neglect. the dominant concern of the child welfare system with maltreatment was established. hhs.gov

  • photocopying. gundlach devoted over three decades to transforming photocopiers into small, robust products that revolutionized xerography. as the field advanced, gundlach invented ways to produce color copies and use digital technology. he has earned more than 150 patents; while most are related to xerography, they also include a snow-making machine, a comfortable backpack, and a water-based heat pump system. infoplease.com