Definitions for "Carbonless Paper"
Pressure sensitive writing paper that does not use carbon.
any paper stock coated, manufactured, or treated to provide part-to-part imaging under pressure without the use of carbon interleaves. Chemical-mated systems require contact between two paper surfaces, each with a different, relatively colorless coating that reacts under pressure to form a visible image on one surface. Chemical self-contained carbonless paper has the two coatings manufactured onto the same sheet. Mechanical transfer carbonless paper relies on the physical transfer of pigmented material.
Used for making copies. This paper is chemically coated so that duplicate copies can be produced without the use of carbon paper.