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Stephen T. Avery
Robert C U Yu, Stephen T Avery, Kathleen M Carmichael: Mechanically robust imaging member overcoat. Xerox Corporation, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, March 17, 2009: US07504187 (5 worldwide citation)

The presently disclosed embodiments relate in general to electrophotographic imaging members, such as layered photoreceptor structures, and processes for making and using the same. More particularly, the embodiments pertain to an improved electrophotographic imaging member having a protective overco ...


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Stephen T. Avery
Robert C U Yu, Stephen T Avery, Jimmy E Kelly: Corona and wear resistant imaging member. Xerox Corporation, June 2, 2011: US20110129769-A1

The presently disclosed embodiments relate in general to electrophotographic imaging members, such as layered photoreceptor structures, and processes for making and using the same. More particularly, the embodiments pertain to the incorporation of an ozone quenching compound into the charge transpor ...


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In Suk Han, Seok Lew, Man Hee Han: Photometric glucose measurement system using glucose-sensitive hydrogel. M Biotech, Robert R Mallinckrodt, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, December 28, 2004: US06835553 (320 worldwide citation)

An implantable biosensor for detecting an analyte in vivo in body fluids comprises an analyte-sensitive hydrogel filament chemically configured to vary its displacement volume according to changes in concentration of an analyte, such as glucose, in a patient's body fluid. A photometric displace ...


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Leon A Teuscher: Multi-layer photoreceptor containing siloxane on a metal oxide layer. Xerox Corporation, Peter H Kondo, August 7, 1984: US04464450 (251 worldwide citation)

An electrostatographic imaging member having two electrically operative layers including a charge transport layer and a charge generating layer, the electrically operative layers overlying a siloxane film coated on a metal oxide layer of a metal conductive anode, said siloxane film comprising a reac ...


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Michael D Johnson: Microelectromechanical television scanning device and method for making the same. Medcom, Robert M Storwick, September 30, 1997: US05673139 (243 worldwide citation)

An electrically actuated microelectromechanical television scanning device for television image scanning or related functions. The scanning device can be produced in forms having characteristic dimensions in the submillimeter range. The scanning device consists of an electrostatically actuated plate ...


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Harvey J Hewitt: Overcoated photoreceptor containing inorganic electron trapping and hole trapping layers. Xerox Corporation, E O Palazzo, July 6, 1982: US04338387 (223 worldwide citation)

This invention is generally directed to an inorganic overcoated photoresponsive device comprised of a substrate, a layer of electron trapping material, this layer being comprised of halogen doped selenium, halogen doped arsenic selenium alloys, and mixtures thereof; a hole transport layer in operati ...


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Ronald A Schachar: Device for the treatment of macular degeneration and other eye disorders. RAS Holding, Novakov Davis P C, November 14, 2000: US06146366 (211 worldwide citation)

Introduced is a device that may be used to treat the effects of macular degeneration and other eye disorders by increasing the optical effect of the retinal surface of the eye. This may be accomplished using a device whose body has a shape prescribed to increase the depth of the fovea and, in the pr ...


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Virginia R Nichols, Fred F Hubble III, James P Martin: Collector for an LED array. Xerox Corporation, Ronald F Chapuran, August 30, 1988: US04767172 (163 worldwide citation)

A light collector for an LED array for efficiently collecting and collimating light emitting from the LEDs and projecting the light into an optical wave guide which directs that light onto a photoreceptor surface. Each LED is centered in a hemispherical cavity in the collector array in order that ra ...


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Hsien Che Lee, Martin C Kaplan, Robert M Goodwin: Interactive dynamic range adjustment system for printing digital images. Eastman Kodak Company, Edward Dugas, April 30, 1991: US05012333 (158 worldwide citation)

An interactive dynamic range adjustment method for printing digital images, and an implementation system, are disclosed. The method is based on experimental findings about visual photoreceptor adaption and human visual contrast sensitivity. The system adjusts the contrast of the low-frequency compon ...


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Brian R Conrow: Constant inverter speed timing method and apparatus for duplex sheets in a tandem printer. Xerox Corporation, Perman & Green, August 19, 2003: US06608988 (138 worldwide citation)

The disclosed embodiments are directed to a method and apparatus for duplex imaging in a tandem print engine system. The features of the disclosed embodiments include imaging a first side of a sheet in a first marking module in the system, inverting the sheet, and imaging a second side of the sheet ...