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Karl V Thomsen, Richard W Radler: Welding of web materials. Xerox Corporation, Peter H Kondo, John E Beck, Ronald Zibelli, July 30, 1985: US04532166 (54 worldwide citation)

A welded web comprising a first edge of a web having at least one aperture overlapping a second edge of a web comprising thermoplastic material on an exposed surface along the second edge to form a region of contiguous contact between the first edge and the second edge, at least a portion of the the ...


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Anthony M Horgan, Richard W Radler: Overcoated photoreceptor containing injecting contact. Xerox Corporation, E O Palazzo, July 28, 1981: US04281054 (28 worldwide citation)

An imaging member which is comprised of a substrate, an injecting contact, or hole injecting electrode overlaying the substrate, a charge transport layer comprised of an electrically inactive organic resin having dispersed therein an electrically active material, a combination of which is substantia ...


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Richard P Millonzi, Richard W Radler: Method of fabricating composite trigonal selenium photoreceptor. Xerox Corporation, James J Ralabate, James P O Sullivan, Jerome L Jeffers, June 8, 1976: US03961953 (11 worldwide citation)

A method of making a photosensitive imaging device which comprises; vacuum evaporating a thin layer of vitreous selenium onto a supporting substrate, forming a relatively thicker layer of electrically active organic material over said selenium layer, followed by heating said device to an elevated te ...


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Anthony M Horgan, Richard W Radler Jr: Imaging system. Xerox Corporation, Harvey M Brownrout, Peter H Kondo, James Paul O Sullivan, November 4, 1980: US04232102 (6 worldwide citation)

An imaging member comprising a layer of particulate photoconductive material dispersed in an organic resinous binder, said photoconductive material comprising trigonal selenium containing a mixture of an alkali metal selenite and an alkali metal carbonate. This layer can be the charge generation lay ...


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Richard W Radler Jr, Richard P Millonzi, John A Bergfjord: Inorganic photoconductors with phenyl substituted image transport materials. Xerox Corporation, James R Ralabate, Eugene O Palazzo, John E Crowe, May 30, 1978: US04092161 (6 worldwide citation)

A photosensitive member having at least two operative materials. The first material comprises a photoconductive material which is capable of photogenerating and injecting photoexcited holes into a contiguous electronically active material. The electronically active material is catalytically synthesi ...


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Michael Smith, Charles F Hackett, Richard W Radler: Layered imaging member and method. Xerox Corporation, E O Palazzo, J P O Sullivan, G D Maccrone, August 4, 1981: US04282298 (5 worldwide citation)

A photosensitive member having at least two electrically operative layers. The first layer comprises a photoconductive layer which is capable of photogenerating and injecting photo-excited holes into a contiguous active layer. The active layer comprises a transparent organic material which is substa ...


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Richard W Radler Jr, Richard P Millonzi: Photoactive device for xerography. Xerox Corporation, James J Ralabate, James P O Sullivan, John E Crowe, May 24, 1977: US04025188 (5 worldwide citation)

This application relates to a new way of carrying out xerographic functions while minimizing development and cleaning problems commonly associated with the photoreceptor surface and while maintaining excellent photoconductor efficiency and flex; and a device for carrying out the above purposes.


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Richard W Radler Jr: Possible active matrix polymers. Xerox Corporation, James J Ralabate, James P O Sullivan, John E Crowe, August 30, 1977: US04045413

Active polymeric matrices, xerographic elements and a process for obtaining the monomer and polyester material by reacting an aldehyde of a desired polycyclic aromatic compound with a dicarboxy acid ester in the presence of a base to obtain an unsaturated dicarboxyester intermediate; cyanating the i ...


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