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Xerox paper will self destruct in 24 hours

Posted in Xerox by Conner Flynn on May 2nd, 2008

Xerox paper will self destruct in 24 hours
Remember the old Mission Impossible, when “this message” would self destruct in 24 hours. It is now a reality at least in paper form, thanks to Xerox. They’ve come up with self-erasing paper that can be used over and over again. Of course that’s great for trees and our environment in general. It’s also great for spys and paranoid types. The paper is not erasable, but self-erasing, leaving you with a completely blank sheet of paper after 24 hours that you can reuse up to 100 times.

The paper contains specially coded molecules that create a print after being exposed to ultraviolet light emitted from a thin bar in a printer. The molecule actually readjusts itself within 24 hours to its original form to delete the print, or applying heat can readjust the molecule instantly. Pretty nifty.

Paper That Erases Itself After 24 Hours

Posted in News,Xerox by Chris Weber on January 21st, 2007

xerox parc invents self erasing paperHow many documents do you print for short term usage? You need the meeting agenda, that web page, maybe driving direction. You use it once or twice and it goes into the recycle bin or worse the garbage can. Xerox has been analyzing how people use paper and the company knows that 2 out of every 5 pages printed are only for temporary use. It’s found a solution.

Xerox has invented paper that erases itself after about 24 hours. The process can be sped up if needed by applying heat to the paper. The technology works by coating paper with a special chemical mixture that reacts to beams of light from specially designed printers. The light beam causes the chemical mixture to react and turn a blue-purple color. However the blue-purple state is unstable …