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Santokh S Badesha, Geoffrey M T Foley, Damodar M Pai, Richard H Zallen, Michael L Slade, Martin A Abkowitz: Imaging members with photogenerating compositions obtained by solution processes. Xerox Corporation, E O Palazzo, August 8, 1989: US04855203 (39 worldwide citation)

A layered photoresponsive imaging member comprised of a supporting substrate; an amorphous photoconductive layer and a hole transport layer dispersed in a resinous binder, which layer is formulated from a solution mixture; and wherein the photoconductive layer is prepared by a process which comprise ...


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Robert C U Yu, Geoffrey M T Foley, William G Herbert, William W Limburg, Satchidanand Mishra, Richard L Post, Donald C VonHoene: Electrostatographic imaging member containing conductive polymer layers. Xerox Corporation, January 17, 1995: US05382486 (28 worldwide citation)

An electrostatographic imaging member is disclosed including a supporting substrate, at least one electrically conductive layer, and at least one electrostatographic imaging layer capable of retaining an electrostatic latent image, wherein at least one electrically conductive layer of the imaging me ...


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Liang Bih Lin, Jin Wu, Geoffrey M T Foley, Yonn K Rasmussen: Photoconductive imaging members. Xerox Corporation, Eugene O Palazzo, December 25, 2007: US07312007 (24 worldwide citation)

A photoconductive member containing a hole blocking layer, a photogenerating layer, and a charge transport layer, and wherein the hole blocking layer contains a metallic component like a titanium oxide and a polymeric binder.


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Geoffrey M T Foley: Self-biased scorotron and control therefor. Xerox Corporation, Mark Costello, January 20, 1987: US04638397 (20 worldwide citation)

A scorotron and control therefor for charging and/or discharging a charge retentive surface such as a photoreceptor of the type utilized in the process of xerographic printing. The control connects the wire grid of the scorotron to ground via a plurality of zener diodes and a variable resistor. The ...


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Robert C U Yu, Geoffrey M T Foley, William G Herbert, William W Limburg, Satchidanand Mishia, Richard L Post, Neil S Patterson, Donald C VonHoene: Electrophotographic imaging member free of reflection interference. Xerox Corporation, October 24, 1995: US05460911 (20 worldwide citation)

An electrophotographic imaging member is disclosed comprising a substrate, a hole blocking, an optional interface adhesive layer, a charge generating layer, and a charge transport layer, the hole blocking layer comprising a light absorbing material selected from the group consisting of a dye, pigmen ...


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Robert C U Yu, Geoffrey M T Foley: Shaped-altered seamed imaging flexible member and method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet. Xerox Corporation, Gary G Heffernan, Zosan S Soong, December 28, 1993: US05273799 (19 worldwide citation)

A seamed flexible imaging member and a method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet is disclosed. The method of constructing a flexible imaging sheet comprises the steps of overlapping and forming. In the step of overlapping, a first marginal end region and a second marginal end region of the she ...


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Robert C U Yu, Geoffrey M T Foley, Satchidanand Mishra, Richard L Post, Yonn K Rasmussen, John F Yanus, Neil S Patterson: Photoreceptor with improved charge blocking layer. Xerox Corporation, December 13, 1994: US05372904 (17 worldwide citation)

An electrophotographic imaging member comprising a substrate having an electrically conductive metal oxide surface, a hole blocking layer and at least one electrophotographic imaging layer, the hole blocking layer comprising a reaction product of


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William G Herbert, Robert C U Yu, Geoffrey M T Foley, William W Limburg, Richard L Post, Donald C VonHoene, Satchidanand Mishra: Flexible belt system. Xerox Corporation, January 20, 1998: US05709765 (16 worldwide citation)

A flexible belt is disclosed which includes a major segment and at least one narrow minor segment, the narrow minor segment extending from one end of the belt to the opposite end and being more extendible than the major segment when subjected to an externally applied tension. This belt may be a comp ...


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Satchidanand Mishra, Zoran D Popovic, Anthony M Horgan, Robert C U Yu, Geoffrey M T Foley, Huoy Jen Yuh, Eugene A Swain: Liquid charging method and apparatus. Xerox Corporation, Zosan S Soong, July 29, 2003: US06600888 (16 worldwide citation)

A method including: (a) dispensing an electrically conductive liquid into a contact member permeable to the liquid; (b) rubbing the contact member and a surface against each other, at a contact length greater than a tangential contact length, to release the liquid from the contact member to wet the ...