Plastisol Based Liquid Electrophotographic Toners
Abstract:A plastisol is defined as a thermoplastic binder dispersion prepared by dispersing polymer particles in a liquid medium in which the polymer is insoluble. Plastisol based electrophotographic toners have been prepared with a novel composition that exhibits increased dispersion stability and improved chargeability. The plastisol based electrophotographic toners contain either a combination of acid functional binder resin plus base functional dispersant or base functional binder plus acid functional polymeric dispersant.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2003-01-01
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