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The Research of Process and Characteristic of Pulverized Rounding Surface Treated Toner

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The purpose of this study is to research into the relationships between the characteristics of the pulverized rounding surface treated toner (RST Toner) and various surface treatments, BET values and quantities of surface additives. The surface additives with different surface treatments including DDS, HMDS and PDMS are used in this study as the spacer between toner particles before the rounding surface treatment process. In this study, the surface fusion system is used to prepare the RST toner with the circularity about 0.970.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2011

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