One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Shelnutt expects the tubes to have uses as conductors, semiconductors, and photoconductors, and to have other properties that permit them to be used in electronic and photonic devices and as chemical sensors.’
- ‘The E332 is unusual in that print output is provided by a separate toner cartridge and photoconductor, the only printer in this class which uses separate print components.’
- ‘An electrophotographic photoconductor has an electroconductive support and a photoconductive layer formed thereon containing the above-mentioned aromatic block polycarbonate resin.’
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