Configuration and structures of materials used in the bilayer device.
Plot of charge–discharge curve (a) a PEDOT/TPD CTL bilayer device and (b) a control device with a ZrTi metal/TPD CTL bilayer.
Charge–discharge curve for bilayer devices with surface resistivity of PEDOT:PSS ranging from 350 Ohms/sq to 4000 Ohms/sq.
Plot of steady-state current density (J) as a function of the electric field for a CTL layer consisting of 40% TPD in polycarbonate (data were calculated from a drift mobility experiment ◆); and 2 PEDOT:PSS bilayer devices with surface resistivity at (a) 350 (▪) and (b) 1500 (▲) Ohms/sq.
Electrical stability test (100 K) for a PEDOT:PSS bilayer device on the static scanner.
Proposed discharge mechanism for the PEDOT/TPD bilayer device.
(a) Schematic showing mounting of the PEDOT bilayer device on the Al drum, (b) optical micrograph of the inkjet printed PEDOT:PSS bilayer, (c) schematic of the modified DC12 printing fixture, and (d) photographs of the prints from the inkjet printed bilayer device.
Schematic of the mechanism showing electrostatic toner development of the PEDOT:PSS bilayer device by the negatively biased toned mag brush.
(a) Photograph of a PEDOT:PSS bilayer device glued onto an 84 mm photoreceptor drum, (b) schematic of the modified DC8000 development housing for the direct toner printing experiment, and (c) development of cyan toner on the PEDOT:PSS bilayer device at the post development nip.
Plot of DMA versus Vdev for the PEDOT:PSS bilayer under two different conditions, with and without charging.
(a) Side view and (b) top view of the concept digital direct toner printing architecture for coupling the PEDOT:PSS bilayer device with an active backplane.
Plot of DMA versus the negative bias applied to the PEDOT:PSS bilayer device.
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