Electrical Conduction in Moderately Conductive Xerographic Carriers and Developers
Abstract:A planar-electrode method was used to identify the charge transport mechanisms in moderately conductive carriers and developers via DC current-voltage (I-V) and transient measurements. High-voltage I-V behaviour of coated carriers is non-linear due to trap-controlled space charge limited conduction in the insulative coating, and the Poole-Frenkel conduction of the core. It is shown that I-V data for carriers and developers can be potentially used to determine various material parameters such as coating thickness, surface coverage and toner conductivity.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2000-01-01
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