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James D Mayo, James M Duff, Trevor I Martin, Terry L Bluhm, Cheng K Hsiao, Ah Mee Hor: Processes for preparation of titanyl phthalocyanines type X. Xerox Corporation, E O Palazzo, April 27, 1993: US05206359 (26 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of titanyl phthalocyanine which comprises the treatment of titanyl phthalocyanine Type X with a halobenzene.


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Niimi Tatsuya, Suzuki Tetsuo: Electrophotographic photoreceptor and electrophotographic method, electrophotographic apparatus, and process cartridge for electrophotographic apparatus. Ricoh, January 23, 2001: JP2001-019871 (23 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a stable photoconductive material which bas chargeability not degradable by repeated use without detriment to its high sensitivity by using a titanylphthalocyanine crystal giving a specified X-ray diffraction spectrum.SOLUTION: This titanylphthalocyanine (TiOPc) cryst ...


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Iuchi Kazushi C O Canon Kabush, Takai Hideyuki C O Canon Kabus, Miyazaki Hajime C O Canon Kabu, Yamazaki Itaru C O Canon Kabus: Oxytitanium phthalocyanine, process for producing same and electrophotosensitive member using same.. Canon, January 23, 1991: EP0409737-A1 (22 worldwide citation)

Oxytitanium phthalocyanine having a crystal form characterized by main peaks specified by Bragg angles (2 theta +/- 0.2 degree) of 9.0 degrees, 14.2 degrees, 23.9 degrees and 27.1 degrees in X-ray diffraction pattern based on CuK alpha characteristic X-rays. The oxytitanium phthalocyanine crystal pr ...


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Suzuki Tetsumi, Murayama Tetsuo, Ono Hitoshi B Sakuradai Apart, Otsuka Shigenori, Nozomi Mamoru Shimura Building: Crystalline oxytitanium phthalocyanine and photoreceptor for use in electrophotography.. Mitsubishi Chem, May 14, 1986: EP0180930-A2 (20 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a crystalline oxytitanium phthalocyanine which shows intense diffraction peaks at Bragg angles (2 theta +/- 0.2:) of 9.3 DEG , 10.6 DEG , 13.2 DEG , 15.1 DEG , 15.7 DEG , 16.1 DEG , 20.8 DEG , 23.3 DEG , 26.3 DEG and 27.1 DEG in the X-ray diffraction spectrum, the intensity of the diffr ...


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Daimon Katsumi, Nukada Katsumi, Imai Akira, Iijima Masakazu, Yamasaki Kazuo, Mashimo Kiyokazu, Sakaguchi Yasuo, Ishii Toru: Hydroxygallium phthocyanine. Fuji Xerox, November 25, 1992: GB2255980-A (19 worldwide citation)

Crystals of hydroxygallium phthalocyanine, a method of preparing the crystals, a photoconductive material containing the crystals, and an electrophotographic photoreceptor having the material. The photoreceptor has excellent electrophotographic characteristics. The crystals of hydroxygallium phthalo ...


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Ono Hitoshi, Kato Yoshiaki, Watabe Sumiko: Process for preparation of crystalline oxytitanium phthalocyanine.. Mitsubishi Chem, August 29, 1990: EP0384470-A2 (17 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of crystalline oxytitanium phthalocyanine showing a distinct diffraction peak at a Bragg angle (2 theta +/- 0.2 DEG ) of 27.3 DEG in the X-ray diffraction spectrum, which comprises mechanically pulverizing oxytitanium phthalocyanine, dispersing it in water to form a sus ...


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Hirata Naoki, Okamoto Hisao, Zama Yoshiyuki, Nakamura Michiei, Yanagimoto Tetsuya, Yamada Hiroaki, Tsuchiya Masahiro: (Ja) 顔料, (En) Pigment. Dainichiseika Color & Chemicals Mfg, Nippon Steel Chemical, Hirata Naoki, Okamoto Hisao, Zama Yoshiyuki, Nakamura Michiei, Yanagimoto Tetsuya, Yamada Hiroaki, Tsuchiya Masahiro, KONDO Rieko, February 2, 2006: WO/2006/011467 (16 worldwide citation)

(EN) This invention provides a novel pigment, which is used, for example, in color image display devices and can form a blue pixel capable of providing a high level of bright saturation, particularly a refined pigment, which has bright hue and is excellent in pigment properties such as lightfastness ...


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Akira Imai, Katsumi Nukada, Satsumi Daimon, Masakazu Iijima, Toru Ishii, Yasuo Sakaguchi, Kiyokazu Mashimo: Dichlorotin phthalocyanine crystal, process for producing the same, and electrophotographic photoreceptor using the same. Fuji Xerox, Oliff & Berridge, May 16, 1995: US05416207 (15 worldwide citation)

A dichlorotin phthalocyanine crystal showing, in the X-ray diffractometry using a CuK.sub..alpha. ray, a peak at a Bragg angle (2.theta..+-.0.2.degree.) of 28.2.degree. with any other peak(s) observed at a Bragg angle(s) between 25.degree. and 30.degree. having an intensity of not more than 30% of t ...


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Dietz Erwin Dr, Urban Manfred: Process for the manufacture of pigment compositions based on phthalocyanine pigments.. Hoechst, December 22, 1993: EP0574790-A1 (15 worldwide citation)

Phthalocyaninpigmente und -pigmentzubereitungen in der [alpha]- und in der [beta]-Phase werden unter Phasenerhalt in umweltfreundlicher und wirtschaftlicher Weise hergestellt, indem man a) zunächst in einem inerten flüssigen Medium in einer Rührwerkskugelmühle, die mit einer Leistungsdichte von mehr ...