04394425 is referenced by 49 patents and cites 10 patents.

A photoconductive member comprises a support, a photoconductive layer constituted of an amorphous material containing silicon atoms as matrix and containing hydrogen atoms or halogen atoms, and an intermediate layer provided between them, said intermediate layer having a function to bar penetration of carriers from the side of the support into the photoconductive layer and to permit passage from the photoconductive layer to the support of photocarriers generated in the photoconductive layer by projection of electromagnetic waves and movement of the photocarriers toward the side of the support, and said intermediate layer being constituted of an amorphous material containing silicon atoms and carbon atoms a constituents. A photoconductive member having a support, a photoconductive layer constituted of an amorphous material containing silicon atoms as matrix and containing hydrogen atoms or halogen atoms as a constituent, and an intermediate layer provided between said support and said photoconductive layer, is characterized in that said intermediate layer is constituted of an amorphous material containing silicon atoms and carbon atoms as constitution elements. A photoconductive member having a support, a photoconductive layer constituted of an amorphous material containing silicon atoms as matrix and containing hydrogen atoms or halogen atoms as a constituent, and an intermediate layer provided between said support and said photoconductive layer, characterized in that said intermediate layer is constituted of an amorphous material containing silicon atoms and carbon atoms as constitution element.

Title
Photoconductive member with .alpha.-Si(C) barrier layer
Application Number
6/299576
Publication Number
4394425
Application Date
September 4, 1981
Publication Date
July 19, 1983
Inventor
Eiichi Inoue
Tokyo
JP
Shigeru Shirai
Yamato
JP
Isamu Shimizu
Yokohama
JP
Agent
Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto
Assignee
Canon Kabushiki Kaisha
JP
IPC
G03G 5/14
G03G 5/082
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