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Xerographic Photoreceptors and Organic Photorefractive Materials IV 22-23 July 1998 San Diego, California (Proceedings of Spie, Vol 3471)

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Published by Society of Photo Optical .
Written in English


  • Electronics & Communications Engineering,
  • Mathematics and Science,
  • Electronics - General,
  • Technology,
  • Congresses,
  • Photoreceptors,
  • Photorefractive materials,
  • Xerography,
  • Science/Mathematics

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Edition Notes

ContributionsSociety of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (Corporate Author), Stephen Ducharme (Editor), James W. Stasiak (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages264
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11393097M
ISBN 100819429260
ISBN 109780819429261

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Organic Photoreceptors for Xerography (Optical Engineering) chemistry or any related areashould provide valuable to those of us involved in using organic charge transport materials in research involvingxerography, photorefractivity or electroluminescent organic materials." Optics & Phototonics NewsAuthor: Paul M. Borsenberger. Presents fundamental, as well as state-of-the-art, information on the physics, chemistry, materials, fabrication, preparation, application and performance of organic photoreceptors in xerography. The book offers on-the-job situations to problems related to xerographic photoreceptors and related technologies, including electroluminescent. : Organic Photoreceptors for Imaging Systems (Optical Science and Engineering) (): Borsenberger: BooksCited by: Xerographic Photoreceptors and Organic Photorefractive Materials IV 22 July | San Diego, CA, United States Xerographic Photoreceptors and Oragnic Photorefractive Materials II.

The preparation of organic photoreceptors is described, followed by a review of the xerographic sensitometry of different classes of organic materials. The emphasis of the book is directed to the photoelectronic properties of organic solids and a comparison of these properties with the requirements of the xerographic process. History. Although the physics behind the photorefractive effect were known for quite a while, the effect was first observed in in LiNbO 3. For more than thirty years, the effect was observed and studied exclusively in inorganic materials, until , when a nonlinear organic crystal 2-(cyclooctylamino)nitropyridine (COANP) doped with 7,7,8,8-tetracyanoquinodimethane exhibited the. The photorefractive effect is a nonlinear optical effect seen in certain crystals and other materials that respond to light by altering their refractive index. The effect can be used to store temporary, erasable holograms and is useful for holographic data storage. It can also be used to create a phase-conjugate mirror or an optical spatial soliton. Summary This reference covers in detail the preparation and application of current and emerging organic materials used as xerographic photoreceptors, emphasizing the photo-electric properties of organic solids and evaluating their potential use in xerography.;Reviewing the development of xerography and the steps in the xerographic process, this volume: summarizes the properties, advantages and.

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