Carbonless Paper

A type of paper impregnated with carbon derivatives (and other chemicals) which, when under pressure from a pen, stylus, or typewriter, transfers an impression to the sheet beneath it. Carbonless paper has largely replaced multi-ply forms separated by carbon release paper.

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