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Newtonian, Colloidally Stable, Ultrasonic-Insensitive Charge Generating Layer Dispersion Compositions with Instantly Tunable Photosensitivity

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High-quality electrophotographic applications demand a photoconducting element that is “perfect” in many aspects:

1. defect-free, almost to the submicrometer level,

2. environmentally insensitive, and

3. possessing a well-defined photosensitivity that matches the electrophotographic rendering process.

The charge generation layer is typically coated from a preformed pigment dispersion. The stability, quality, and composition of that dispersion critically influence the production of that “perfect” photoconducting element.

This work describes the development of Newtonian, colloidally stable, ultrasonic-insensitive, charge generation layer dispersion compositions with instantly tunable photosensitivity. These dispersions enable robust photoconductor manufacturing processes and provide instantly accessible photospeeds ranging from 0.05 to 1.0 cm2/ergs (500–100 V photodischarge).
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2006-01-01

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