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Ernest W Ellis, Diane M Foley, Dana R Arnold: Ablation-transfer imaging/recording. Graphics Technology International, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, December 15, 1992: US05171650 (209 worldwide citation)

A unique method/system for simultaneously creating and transferring a contrasting pattern of intelligence on and from a composite ablation-transfer imaging medium to a receptor element in contiguous registration therewith is improvedly radiation sensitive and versatile, is kinetically rapid and not ...


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Jerome Drexler, Eric W Bouldin: Method for making a broadband reflective laser recording and data storage medium with absorptive underlayer. Drexler Technology Corporation, January 26, 1982: US04312938 (174 worldwide citation)

A broadband laser recording and data storage medium for direct read after writing, formed from a photosensitive silver-halide emulsion in four steps. First, a non-saturating actinic radiation exposure is used to create latent images. A normal photographic development is used to produce a medium of g ...


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Ernest W Ellis, Diane M Foley, Dana R Arnold: Ablation-transfer imaging/recording. Graphics Technology International, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, October 26, 1993: US05256506 (128 worldwide citation)

A unique method/system for simultaneously creating and transferring a contrasting pattern of intelligence on and from a composite ablation-transfer imaging medium to a receptor element in contiguous registration therewith is improvedly radiation sensitive and versatile, is kinetically rapid and not ...


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Richard E Bills, William V Dower, Thomas A Isberg, Stanley C Busman, Jeffrey C Chang, Minyu Li, Hsin hsin Chou: Propellant-containing thermal transfer donor elements. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, Gregory A Evearitt, January 11, 1994: US05278023 (107 worldwide citation)

Laser-addressable thermal transfer materials for producing color proofs, printing plates, films, printed circuit boards, and other media are disclosed. The materials contain a substrate coated thereon with a propellant layer wherein the propellant layer contains a material capable of producing nitro ...


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Richard E Bills, Hsin hsin Chou, William V Dower, Martin B Wolk: Laser propulsion transfer using black metal coated substrates. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, Mark A Litman, May 3, 1994: US05308737 (100 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a laser imageable donor material that is capable of transferring pigment to a receiver, such as plain paper, polymeric film, metal and the like. The donor material is composed of at least a transparent film, an overlying layer of vapor coated black aluminum, and a dye coati ...


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Yoshihide Hayakawa, Masato Satomura, Kozo Sato: Image forming method. Fuji Photo Film, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak and Seas, December 16, 1986: US04629676 (96 worldwide citation)

An image forming method is disclosed, comprising forming a latent image by imagewise exposing a recording material including a light-sensitive silver salt, a reducing agent, a polymerizable compound, and a binder, on a support, and subsequently subjecting said recording material to a substantially u ...


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Keith E Whitmore: Imaging with nonplanar support elements. Eastman Kodak Company, Carl O Thomas, December 7, 1982: US04362806 (94 worldwide citation)

Photographic elements, multicolor filters and receivers are disclosed having supports providing microvessels for materials such as radiation-sensitive materials, imaging materials, mordants, silver precipitating agents and materials which are useful in conjunction with these materials. Processes of ...


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Felice Mary Cerquone, Rolf Steven Gabrielsen, Roland George Willis: Photothermographic and thermographic compositions and uses therefor containing sulfonamidophenol reducing agents and four equivalent color couplers. Eastman Kodak Company, J J Ruch, May 3, 1977: US04021240 (81 worldwide citation)

In a photothermographic element, composition or process for producing developed images employing processing with heat, a combination comprising (a) photographic silver halide in association with (b) an oxidation-reduction image-forming combination comprising (i) a silver salt oxidizing agent and (ii ...


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Ranjana C Patel, John H A Stibbard, Michael G Fisher, Terence W Baldock: Diffusion or sublimation transfer imaging system. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, James A Smith, Mark A Litman, December 30, 1986: US04632895 (78 worldwide citation)

Images can be formed on a receptor sheet by transfer of a dye image. The positive dye image is formed by bleaching of dye with an iodonium ion. The positive dye image is then transferred by sublimation or diffusion onto a receptor sheet.


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John W Harder: Oxidative release of photographically useful groups from hydrazide compounds. Eastman Kodak Company, Harold E Cole, August 4, 1987: US04684604 (68 worldwide citation)

Photographic elements and processes are described which employ a compound containing a hydrazide moiety attached by a linking group, comprising an acidic group or an active methylene group adjacent to an acidic group, to a heteroatom of a moiety containing a photographically useful group comprising ...