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An antistatic layer of a radiation-sensitive element, such as a photographic film or paper, is formed by coating and drying of an antistatic composition comprising an aqueous solution of an amorphous antistatic material, the aqueous solution having been produced by forming a melt comprised of at least 80% by weight of vanadium pentoxide and casting the melt into a solubilizing amount of water. In addition to vanadium pentoxide, the melt can contain a glass-forming compound, such as an alkaline metal phosphate or polyphosphate, as well as an oxide of an element that exists in at least two valence states, such as an oxide of molybdenum. The radiation-sensitive element preferably includes a protective overcoat layer covering the antistatic layer.

Title
Radiation-sensitive elements having an antistatic layer containing amorphous vanadium pentoxide
Application Number
5/705187
Publication Number
4203769
Application Date
July 14, 1976
Publication Date
May 20, 1980
Inventor
Claude Guestaux
Colombes
FR
Agent
A P Lorenzo
Assignee
Eastman Kodak Company
NY, US
IPC
G03C 1/06
G03C 1/00
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