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, photorefractive, photovoltaic and transistor devices.
Table of Contents
Xerographic photoreceptors; charge acceptance and potential discharge models; experimental methods; photogeneration theories; photogeneration; charge transport theories; hole transport; electron and bipolar transport; photoreceptors; summary and concluding remarks. Appendices: polymers; generation materials; transport materials.
". . .this book should be an essential component of any library that serves those interested in the practice of xerography."
---Journal of the American Chemical Society
". . .complete, updated, and lucid. . ..an excellent reference for an advanced undergraduate or graduate student in physics, materials science, chemistry or any related area. . ..should provide valuable to those of us involved in using organic charge transport materials in research involving. . .xerography, photorefractivity or electroluminescent organic materials."
---Optics & Phototonics News