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Lucille M Sharf, Laurence J Lynd, James F Smith, Edward L Schlueter Jr: Puzzle cut seamed belt with bonding between adjacent surfaces by UV cured adhesive. Xerox Corporation, Samuel E Mott, Zosan S Soong, January 30, 1996: US05487707 (93 worldwide citation)

An endless flexible seamed belt formed by joining two ends of material from which the belt is fabricated each end of which has a plurality of mutually mating elements in a puzzle cut pattern the opposite surfaces of which are in interlocking relationship to prevent separation of the ends and which f ...


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Abukar H Wehelie, John S Chambers, Huoy Jen Yuh, Harold F Hammond: Blocking layer with light scattering particles having coated core. Xerox Corporation, Zosan S Soong, July 3, 2001: US06255027 (91 worldwide citation)

A photoreceptor including: (a) a substrate; (b) a charge blocking layer including a plurality of light scattering particles dispersed in a binder, wherein the light scattering particles are composed of a core and a coating over the core, wherein the difference between the coating and the binder refr ...


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Abukar H Wehelie, John S Chambers, Huoy Jen Yuh, Harold F Hammond: Blocking layer with light scattering particles having rough surface. Xerox Corporation, Zosan S Soong, December 5, 2000: US06156468 (90 worldwide citation)

A photoreceptor including: (a) a substrate; (b) a charge blocking layer including a plurality of light scattering particles dispersed in a binder, wherein the light scattering particles have a refractive index different from the binder and wherein the light scattering particles have a number average ...


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Clifford O Eddy, Louis D Fratangelo, George J Heeks, Arnold W Henry, Alan R Kuntz, Rabin Moser, David Battat, Samuel Kaplan, Santokh S Badesha, Che Chung Chow, David H Pan, David J J Fraser, Yu Hsing Chin: Thin, thermally conductive fluoroelastomer coated fuser member. Xerox Corporation, Zosan S Soong, Annette L Bade, March 17, 1998: US05729813 (54 worldwide citation)

A hard, long wearing, thermally conductive fuser member comprising a base member and a surface layer wherein said surface layer includes a fluoroelastomer and an alumina filler having an average particle size of from about 0.5 to about 15 micrometers, said alumina being present in an amount to provi ...


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Arnold W Henry, Clifford O Eddy, George J Heeks, Che C Chow, Louis D Fratangelo, David Fraser, Samuel Kaplan, David H Pan: Fusing method and system with hydrofluoroelastomers fuser member for use with amino functional silicone oils. Xerox Corporation, Samuel E Mott, Zosan S Soong, April 30, 1996: US05512409 (50 worldwide citation)

The method of fusing thermoplastic resin toner images to a substrate in a fuser including a heated thermally stable FKM hydrofluoroelastomer fusing surface at elevated temperature prepared in the absence of anchoring sites for a release agent of heavy metals, heavy metal oxides, or other heavy metal ...


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Timothy J Fuller, Huoy Jen Yuh, John S Chambers, Harold F Hammond, Damodar M Pai, John F Yanus, Markus R Silvestri, Helen R Cherniack: Photoreceptor with poly (vinylbenzyl alcohol). Xerox Corporation, Zosan S Soong, March 13, 2001: US06200716 (44 worldwide citation)

A photoreceptor including: (a) a substrate; (b) a charge blocking layer comprising a polymer polymerized fiom at least one monomer including vinylbenzyl alcohol monomer; and (c) at least one imaging layer.


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Santokh S Badesha: Intermediate transfer component coatings of ceramer and grafted ceramer. Xerox Corporation, Zosan S Soong, August 9, 1994: US05337129 (43 worldwide citation)

An intermediate toner transfer component is disclosed comprising a substrate and a coating comprised of integral, interpenetrating networks of haloelastomer, silicon oxide, and optionally polyorganosiloxane.


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Joseph A Swift, Stanley J Wallace: High performance electric contacts. Xerox Corporation, Samuel E Mott, Zosan S Soong, February 4, 1997: US05599615 (35 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an electrical component for making electrical contact with another component comprising a composite member including a plurality of electrically conductive, nonmetallic fibers in an electrically conductive metallic matrix wherein said composite member has an axial direction and a ...


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