Near-infrared sensitive electrophotographic photoconductors using chloroindium chlorophthalocyanine

Kato, M.; Nishioka, Y.; Kaifu, K.; Kawamura, K.; Ohno, S.
January 1985
Applied Physics Letters;1/15/1985, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p196
Academic Journal
Layered electrophotographic photoconductors using chloroindium chlorophthalocyanine have been investigated. An evaporated film of chloroindium chlorophthalocyanine has a broad and strong light absorption band in the visible to near-infrared region and its crystal structure is very stable. The photoconductor using chloroindium chlorophthalocyanine as a carrier generation layer and polyvinylcarbazole as a carrier transport layer is highly sensitive in a wide spectral region (500–900 nm) without any special treatment during its preparation. The typical value of sensitivity is 2.5 cm2/μJ at 800–900 nm, so that this photoconductor is most suitable for a laser printer equipped with a AlGaAs laser diode.


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