Basics of Reprography
"This book offers an account of the reprographic processs explaining the technical complexities involved to those without a theoretical background. It will be of value to all who work directly or indirectly with those processes and serve as a textbook for students studying for the examinations of the Institute of Reprographic Technology." -book jacket.
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Vision Light and Colour
How Light is Produced
Practical Sources of Light
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