Cyclic Stability and Electrophotographic Properties of OPC doped Polycarbonate
Abstract:Cyclic stability (to corona charging, to light or to the both of these factors), electrophotographic and spectral properties of charge transport layers (CTL) have been measured. The CTL used were the various OPC (triarylamines, hydrazones) doped polycarbonates of different types with and without cyclic stabilizers. The influence of OPC and stabilizer structures and possible mechanisms of cyclic durability of CTL have been investigated and discussed. It has been found that cyclic stability of the CTL can be essentially increased by addition of some stabilizers to the CTL.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2000-01-01
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