Evaluation of Toner Charging Capability of Trianilinotriphenylmethane (TATPM) Coating Layer on Toner or Carrier Surface
From the above results, it is confirmed that, in the toner charging of the two component developer of the TP-C or T-CP combination, the TATPM particles from the TATPM coating layer of the TP or CP surface served as a positive charge messenger according to the following steps; a) the TATPM layer coated on the TP surface or CP surface is peeled off by a mixing operation, b) the generated TATPM fine particles adhere on the carrier C or carrier CP surface and acquire a positive charge, c) the positively charged TATPM particles adhere to the toner T or toner TP surface to provide positively charged toner particles.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2006-01-01
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