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PHOTO-ION TRANSPORT SYSTEM

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000022815D
Original Publication Date: 1976-Feb-29
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Mar-26
Document File: 2 page(s) / 176K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

A photoreceptor structure which comprises a porous or liquid diffusible photoreceptor structure which includes a photo~-~iontransport fluid within the structure matrix is disclosed. A 0.1 gram sample of x-phthalocyanine powder is placed in a hydraulic press to form a 20 mil waffer. The waffer is mounted on a 5 mil aluminum substrate and moistened with a solvent, The structure may be covered with 0.5 mil film of Tedlar to prevent vehicle evaporation. The structure is double charged positive and imagewise exposed and cascade developed. The images are electro- statically transferred to paper. It was believed before the experiment1 that electrical fields would be too low for imaging. However, this type of photoreceptor which was about 500 microns thick, was imaged on a Xerox Flat Plate Model ID Scorotron Charging Unit available from Xerox Corporation of Rochester, New York. It was noted that normal binder plates of this thickness range did not image.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

PHOTO~ION TR?~NSPORT SYSTEM Prqposed Classification J, B. Wells U.S. Cl. 96/L5

mt. Cl. G03g 5/04

A photoreceptor structure which comprises a porous or
liquid diffusible photoreceptor structure which includes a
photo~-~iontransport fluid within the structure matrix is
disclosed. A 0.1 gram sample of x-phthalocyanine powder is
placed in a hydraulic press to form a 20 mil waffer. The
waffer is mounted on a 5 mil aluminum substrate and
moistened with a solvent, The structure may be covered
with 0.5 mil film of Tedlar to prevent vehicle evaporation.
The structure is double charged positive and imagewise
exposed and cascade developed. The images are electro-
statically transferred to paper. It was believed before
the experiment

     1 that electrical fields would be too low for
imaging. However, this type of photoreceptor which was
about 500 microns thick, was imaged on a Xerox Flat Plate
Model ID Scorotron Charging Unit available from Xerox
Corporation of Rochester, New York. It was noted that
normal binder plates of this thickness range did not image.

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10 D~ROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

Volume 1 Number 2 February 1976

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