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Takai Hideyuki, Tanaka Masato, Tanabe Miki: Electrophotographic photoreceptor, process cartridge and electrophotographic device. Canon, April 11, 2000: JP2000-105478 (7 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electrophotographic photoreceptor having high sensitivity characteristics even in the wavelength region of 380 to 500 nm, small photomemory and small potential changes by repeated use, and to provide a process cartridge and electrophotographic device from which a ...


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Azuma Takashi, Nakamura Kazunari, Uesugi Hirotoshi, Tanabe Miki: Electrophotographic photoreceptor, process cartridge, and image forming device. Canon, April 10, 2002: JP2002-107983 (6 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electrophotographic photoreceptor that uses an image forming device which carries out contact electrification with only a DC voltage without a discharge means, thereby obtaining a high quality image which is free from electrification irregularity, ghost, etc., and ...


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Tanabe Miki, Tanaka Masato, Hirano Hidetoshi, Fujii Junji, Asakura Kazue: Electrophotographic photoreceptor, method for manufacturing the same, process cartridge and electrophotographic device. Canon, April 10, 2002: JP2002-107972 (4 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electrophotographic photoreceptor having high sensitivity and low residual potential with which output images without positive ghost can be obtained, to provide a method for manufacturing the electrophotographic photoreceptor by using a coating material for a char ...


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Nakamura Kazunari, Miki Nobumichi, Uesugi Hirotoshi, Osada Miyako, Tanabe Miki, Yamazaki Itaru: Electrophotographic photoreceptor. Canon, May 27, 2004: JP2004-151349 (4 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electrophotographic photoreceptor having stable potential and image properties under entire atmosphere from low temperature and low humidity to high temperature and high humidity.SOLUTION: In the photoreceptor in which an intermediate layer and photosensitive laye ...


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Miki Nobumichi, Osada Miyako, Tanabe Miki, Nakamura Kazunari, Yamazaki Itaru, Uesugi Hirotoshi: Electrophotographic photoreceptor, method for manufacturing the same, process cartridge and electrophotographic device. Canon, September 19, 2003: JP2003-262968 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prepare such a coating solvent for a charge transfer layer as a non-halogen solvent, that is capable of preferably dissolving a binder resin having a siloxane framework and/or a CF3 side chain, of forming a charge transfer layer in a favorable state, and of developing favora ...


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Tanaka Masato, Asakura Kazue, Hirano Hidetoshi, Tanabe Miki, Fujii Junji, Takai Hideyuki, Anayama Hideki: Production of gallium phthalocyanine and electrophotographic photoreceptor. Canon, December 12, 2000: JP2000-344778 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method enabling a gallium phthalocyanine compound to stably be produced in a high yield, to provide an electrophotographic photoreceptor having high photoresponse to a long wavelength illuminant, hardly causing voltage fluctuation in repeated use, excellent in char ...


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Tanaka Masato, Hirano Hidetoshi, Tanabe Miki: Electrophotographic photoreceptor, process cartridge with the same, and electrophotographic device. Canon, March 16, 2001: JP2001-066804 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To supply an image free from image defects while retaining high sensitivity characteristics in the wavelength range of semiconductor laser light by forming a photosensitive layer containing a phthalocyanine pigment and a specified azotized calix [n] arene compound. SOLUTION: Th ...


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Tanaka Masato, Tanabe Miki: Electrophotographic photoreceptor, and process cartridge and electrophotographic device using the same. Canon, March 14, 2000: JP2000-075522 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a highly sensitive photoreceptor which exhibits high quality image and can be used for a long period of time with little potential change by incorporating hydroxygallium-phthalocyanine and a particular disazo pigment into a photosensitive layer. SOLUTION: In an electr ...


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Tanaka Masato, Hirano Hidetoshi, Tanabe Miki: Electrophotographic photoreceptor, and process cartridge and electrophotographic device using the same. Canon, March 14, 2000: JP2000-075523 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a highly sensitive photoreceptor which exhibits high quality image and which can be used for a long period of time with little potential change by incorporating hydroxygallium-phthalocyanine and a particular disazo pigment into a photosensitive layer. SOLUTION: In an ...


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Mitsui Takahiro, Tanabe Miki, Ikesue Tatsuya, Oshiro Mayumi, Saito Yoshihisa: Electrophotographic photoreceptor and method of manufacturing the same, and process cartridge and electrophotographic device including the electrophotographic photoreceptor. Canon, July 2, 2009: JP2009-145480 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To suppress frictional force on the surface of an electrophotographic photoreceptor by particles included in a surface layer of the electrophotographic photoreceptor and to suppress deterioration of electrophotographic properties due to the inclusion of particles.SOLUTION: In t ...