Patent US20120322998A1 - Gallium Phthalocyanine Crystal, Production Process Thereof, Photoreceptor, Process Cartridge and Image Forming Apparatus US 20120322998A1 ; Owner: Fuji Xerox Company Limit
To provide a gallium phthalocyanine compound, which is expressed by the following general formula I where R1 to R32 are each independently a hydrogen atom, an alkoxy Gallium phthalocyanine
Dye content 97 %. Synonym: Phthalocyanine gallium III monochloride salt. CAS Number 19717-79-4. Empirical Formula Hill Notation C32H16ClGaN8. Molecular Weight 617.70. Beilstein/REAXYS Number 8469090. MDL number MFCD00192192. PubChem Substance ID 24865596. NACRES NA.23.
Gallium phthalocyanine halide crystals wherein a part of the crystals are changed into hydroxygallium phthalocyanine is disclosed. A method for preparing gallium phthalocyanine halide crystals wherein gallium phthalocyanine halide crystals are brought into contact with water and a part of the crystals are changed into hydroxygallium phthalocyanine is also disclosed.
Justia Patents Process Of Making Radiation-sensitive Product US Patent for Solution of gallium phthalocyanine method for preparing the same method for producing gallium phthalocyanine crystal method for purifying composition containing gallium phthalocyanine and method for producing electrophotographic photosensitive member Patent Patent # 9,535,345
GALLIUM PHTHALOCYANINE COMPOUND, AND IMAGE BEARING MEMBER, IMAGE FORMING METHOD, IMAGE FORMING APPARATUS, AND PROCESS CARTRIDGE USING THE GALLIUM PHTHALOCYANINE PAT - US2011207043 Patent:US2011207043
Electroabsorption has been measured with thin films of several phthalocyaninato galliums. It has been observed that the lowest energy absorption peak of most of the compounds studied is sensitive to the applied electric field.
The present invention provides μ-oxo-gallium phthalocyanine dimer having a novel polymorph. The μ-oxo-gallium phthalocyanine dimer may be applied as a charge generator for an organic photoconductive material, such as a
To provide a gallium phthalocyanine compound, which is expressed by the following general formula I where R1 to R32 are each independently a hydrogen atom, an alkoxy group, an alkylthio group, an alkyl group, a halogen .