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Background is a printing phenomena unique to xerography. Background is the result of the random deposition of particles in the nonimage area. These particles are not objectionable until they are fused onto the copy. The fusing step caused the particles to spread out making them detectable and, in some cases, objectionable. This analysis deals with the… (More)