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Robert W Ashcraft, John H Bayless: Polyester support for preparing electrostatic transparencies. E I Du Pont De Nemours and Company, September 26, 1989: US04869955 (15 worldwide citation)

An element suitable for preparing transparencies using an electrostatic plain paper copier is described. This element comprises a polyethylene terephthalate support (polyester), at least one subbing layer coated thereon and coated to the subbing layer a toner receptive layer comprising a mixture of ...


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John H Bayless, Neil I Steinberg, James H Thirtle: Distortion resistant polyester support for use as a phototool. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, February 24, 1987: US04645731 (15 worldwide citation)

Photosensitive element comprising a polyester, e.g., polyethylene terephthalate, at least 0.008 inch (0.20 mm) thick bearing on both sides a polymeric water-vapor barrier layer at least 0.00001 inch (0.00025 mm) thick of a copolymer of vinylidene chloride containing at least 80% by weight of vinylid ...


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John H Bayless: Modified polyester films. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, August 12, 1980: US04217441 (13 worldwide citation)

Polyester films are modified by the addition of a high molecular weight polyethylene glycol and an alkali metal salt of a sulfonic acid-substituted dicarboxylic acid ester to the reaction medium during the polymerization process. Films prepared for example, from diesters of terephthalic acid in the ...


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John H Bayless, Harold Carl Arvidson: Photographic subbing composition having improved anchorage. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, January 11, 1977: US04002802 (12 worldwide citation)

Conventional adhesive substratum compositions (e.g. subbing compositions of, for example, aqueous emulsions of a polymerized vinylidene chloride/methyl acrylate/itaconic acid terpolymer) can be used for coating dimensionally stable, hydrophobic macromolecular film bases (e.g. polyethylene terephthal ...


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Raymond J LeStrange, John H Bayless Jr, Allan R Schoenberg: Elimination of defects in cysteine-sensitized emulsions. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, April 30, 1985: US04514492 (7 worldwide citation)

Desensitization defects due to nonferrous metal contamination of a silver halide film sensitized by a cysteine-thiazolidine moiety are decreased by incorporating a chelating agent such as quinaldic or picolinic acid into one or more layers of the film.


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John H Bayless: Modified polyester films. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, December 23, 1980: US04241170 (6 worldwide citation)

Polyester films are modified by the addition of a high molecular weight polyethylene glycol and an alkali metal salt of a sulfonic acid-substituted dicarboxylic acid ester to the reaction medium during the polymerization process. Films prepared for example, from diesters of terephthalic acid in the ...


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John H Bayless, Neil I Steinberg, James H Thirtle: Process for the preparation of a distortion resistant polyester support for use as a phototool. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, October 13, 1987: US04699869 (3 worldwide citation)

Photosensitive element comprisng a polyester, e.g., polyethylene terephthalate, at least 0.008 inch (0.20 mm) thick bearing on both sides a polymeric water-vapor barrier layer at least 0.00001 inch (0.00025 mm) thick of a copolymer of vinylidene chloride containing at least 80% by weight of vinylide ...


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John H Bayless Jr, Donald K Johnes: Coating substrate with crosslinked conductive polymer. Sterling Diagnostic Imaging, Joseph T Guy Jr, April 15, 1997: US05620749

A process for forming a conductive substrate comprises coating onto a polyethylene terephthalate substrate an aqueous coating solution containing a conductive crosslinkable polymer with charge carrying groups such as sulfonic acid, sulfuric acid ester or quaternary ammonium salt groups attached to a ...


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John H Bayless Jr, Donald K Johnes: Antistatic coating composition in a conductive substrate and process of manufacture. Sterling Diagnostic Imaging, Joseph T Guy Jr, September 10, 1996: US05554447

A conductive substrate for use in a photographic element comprises a polyethylene terephthalate support coated with 0.01-10 g/m.sup.2 of a conductive layer having a low surface energy during coating and a high surface energy after coating which is the reaction product of (i) a conductive crosslinkab ...


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James H Thirtle, Steven J Morganti, John H Bayless Jr: Electrostatic printing element. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, May 23, 1995: US05418042

Improved image receiving elements for nonimpact printing comprising a support and an image receiving layer, said image receiving layer comprising a whitening agent and a binder, said binder consisting essentially of 10-25% gelatin and 75-90% water soluble, film forming acrylic polymer are disclosed.