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II-b Intermediate Layer Having a Porous Structure is laminated on the surface of the Sony DRU-810A 1.0e resin layer of the above support. Such an intermediate layer having a porous structure can be formed by methods known in the art.
Suitable methods include Sony DRU-810A 1.0e a method of coating and drying a coating solution comprising a solvent dissolving a resin and a solvent not dissolving the resin but compatible with the solvent dissolving the resin, 2 a method of coating a coating solution containing hollow particles, or a method of laminating a composition containing hollow particles, 3 a method of coating a coating solution to which conventional foaming agents are added, a method comprising the steps of melt extruding and then allowing foaming agents to form froths, 4 a method of coating a coating solution to which froths are contained by means of mechanical stirring, 5 a method of incorporating an inactive gas at the time of melt extrusion, and 6 a method of dipping a layer comprising a solvent-soluble component and a solvent-insoluble component into a solvent which dissolves only the solvent-soluble component, in this way the solvent-soluble component is dissolved into the solvent to form a porous layer.
It is preferable that the intermediate layer according to the invention be made porous by use of the method described in 6because large pores can be formed and thereby high thermal insulation effects and high cushioning properties are provided and, moreover, images free from unevenness can be obtained in high sensitivities and high densities in the image forming process described later. In performing the method of 6one particularly preferred procedure comprises the steps of coating a coating solution containing a solvent in which a resin is dissolved, dipping the coated material into a liquid incapable of dissolving the resin but capable of dissolving the solvent to solidify the resin, and then drying it.
By use of this method, a desired porous layer can be formed smoothly; but a porous layer having a more uniform and flatter surface can be formed by incorporating a certain liquid compound insoluble in the solvent Sony DRU-810A 1.0e itself at the coating temperature. As resins to form such a porous layer, there can be used singly or in combination of two or more kinds of resins selected from polyester type resins, styrene type resins, polyolefine type resins such as polyvinyl chlorides and ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymers, polyvinyl acetal type resins such as polyvinyl formals and polyvinyl butyrals, cellulosic resins such as nitrocellulose, acrylic resins Sony DRU-810A 1.0e as polymethyl methacrylates, polycarbonates, polyarylates, polyimides, polysulfones, polyether sulfones and polyacrylonitriles.
Examples of the usable solvents include acetone, dioxane, dimethylformamide and dimethyl sulfoxide. And examples of the liquids incapable of dissolving the resin but capable of dissolving the solvents include water and alcohols.
Sony DRU-810A 1.0e of the liquid compound insoluble in the solvent by itself at the coating temperature include stabilizing auxiliaries such as metal soaps, epoxy compounds and organic metal compounds such Sony DRU-810A 1.0e butyl tin compounds. This porous layer may contain, when necessary, additives such as antioxidants, heat stabilizers, UV absorbents, fillers, pigments and optical whitening agents within the limits not harmful to the essence of the invention.
In addition, plasticizers or heat Sony DRU-810A 1.0e compounds may also be contained as a sensitizer. The porous layer can be formed by the method described in Japanese Pat. For enhancing the adhesion between the support and the intermediate layer, the resin layer of the support may be subjected to surface treatment.
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In performing this surface treatment, the method for surface treatment described in "Thermal Transfer Recording Image Receiving Sheet Part 1 " Sony DRU-810A 1.0e be employed. II-c Image Receiving Layer In the invention, an image receiving layer is laminated on the above porous intermediate layer.
This image receiving layer is the same as that described in paragraph I-c in "Thermal Transfer Recording Image Receiving Sheet Part 1 "; therefore, explanation on it is omitted. This barrier layer may have any resin composition or may be formed by any method, as long as the cushioning property and the thermal insulation property of the intermediate layer are not impaired. Sony DRU-810A 1.0e thickness of the barrier layer is properly selected within a range of usually 0.
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Further, an overcoat layer may be laminated on the surface of the image receiving layer, for the purpose of preventing fusing between a thermal transfer recording ink sheet and a thermal transfer recording image receiving sheet. III-a Support The material for the support is not particularly limited as long as it has a sufficient dimensional stability and a stability to the heat applied in recording using a Sony DRU-810A 1.0e head; examples thereof include tissue paper such as condenser paper, glassine paper; Sony DRU-810A 1.0e films of heat resistant plastics such as polyethylene terephthalates, polyethylene naphthalares, polyamides, polyimides, polycarbonates, polysulfones, polyvinyl alcohols, cellophane, polystyrene.
III-b Ink Layer The ink layer contains a thermo-diffusible dye and a binder as essential components, when it is used to transfer an image to a thermal transfer recording image receiving sheet by the thermal diffusion transfer method. Thermo-diffusible dyes include cyan dyes, magenta dyes and yellow dyes.
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As cyan Sony DRU-810A 1.0e, the conventional naphthoquinone dyes, anthraquinone dyes and azomethine dyes are used. Examples of the magenta dyes include the conventional anthraquinone dyes, azo dyes and azomethine dyes. Examples of the yellow dyes include the conventional methine dyes, azo dyes, quinophthaloin dyes and anthraisothiazole dyes. Particularly preferred thermo-diffusible dyes are azomethine dyes obtained by coupling of a compound having an open chain or closed chain active methylene group with an oxidation product of a p-phenylenediamine derivative or an oxidation product of a p-aminophenol derivative, and indoanitine dyes obtained by coupling of a phenol or naphthol derivative with an oxidation product of a p-phenylenediamine derivative or an Sony DRU-810A 1.0e product of a p-aminophenol derivative.
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The thermo-diffusible dye contained in the thermo-diffusible dye containing ink layer may be any of the yellow dye, magenta dye and cyan dye when formation of monochrome images is intended. To form chelate dye images between a thermo-diffusible dye and a metal ion, a metal-ion-containing compound is incorporated in the Sony DRU-810A 1.0e receiving-layer, and a dye capable of forming a chelate in conjunction with this metal-ion-containing compound is used as the thermo-diffusible dye.
As a dye capable of forming a chelate in conjunction with a metal-ion-containing compound, a suitable one can be selected from various conventional dyes. Typical examples thereof include the cyan image forming dyes hereinafter referred to as cyan dyesthe magenta image forming dyes hereinafter referred to as magenta dyes and the yellow image forming dyes hereinafter referred to as yellow dyes Sony DRU-810A 1.0e in Japanese Pat. Among the above dyes, preferred are those capable of forming at least a two-site chelate in conjunction with the metal-ion-containing. Typical examples of such dyes are those represented by the following formula: STR1 In the formula, X1 represents a group of atoms necessary to form an aromatic carbocycle or an aromatic heterocycle, in which at least one ring is composed of 5 to 7 atoms and at least one carbon atom adjacent to the carbon atom linked with the azo group is monosubstituted with a nitrogen atom or a chelating group; X2 represents an aromatic carbocycle or an aromatic heterocycle, in each of which at least one ring is composed of 5 to 7 atoms; and G represents a chelating agent.
Irrespective of the type of dyes used, there may be contained two or more of the above three types of dyes, or other thermo-diffusible dyes, according to the color tone of an image to be formed.
Sony DRU-810A 1.0e binders used in the ink layer are cellulosic resins, polyvinyl acetal type resins, styrene type resins, acrylic type resins, rubber type resins, ionomer resins, olefine type resins, polyester resins, etc. These binders may be used singly or in combination of two or more kinds. Free Download Sony DRUA e (Firmware) DRUA e. DOWNLOAD NOW. 6, downloads · Added on: Apr 12th, · Sony DRU-810A 1.0e Sony. Brand:Sony, Product:BD/CD/DVD Drive, Model: DRUA, Firmware: e, OS: All OS. Sony DRUA DVD-RW Firmware e was collected from Sony.