Carbonless Paper


Carbonless paper is a type of chemically treated paper designed to transfer information written on the first sheet to subsequent sheets, without the need for carbon paper.

This is achieved through a chemical reaction that occurs when pressure is applied to the paper, typically through writing or typing.

This kind of paper is commonly used in multi-part forms, such as invoices, receipts, NCR pads, or other documents where multiple copies are required.


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