Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Ink jet recording apparatus utilizing electrolysis to effects ink discharge










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5072242.

An ink jet recording apparatus includes an inking medium containing a liquid electrolyte. A chamber is provided for accommodating the liquid inking medium and having a pair of electrodes disposed therein. A signal generator is provided for applying to the pair of electrodes an electrolyzing signal for electrolyzing at least a portion of the electrolyte contained in the inking medium, and a subsequent discharge signal for effecting a discharge explosion of gases produced as a result of the electrolyzing signal. The inking medium is discharged from the chamber in response to the discharge explosion pressure resulting from the application of the electrolyzing and discharge signals.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Electric power supply system and electric power supply system for motor vehicle
Liquid crystal display having wide viewing angle
Control of protein activity using a conducting polymer
Combination photovoltaic and wind power generation installation
System and method for optimizing utilization of inventory space for dispensable articles
Handheld electronic communication device having sliding display
Fluid handling structure, a lithographic apparatus and a device manufacturing method
  Randomly Featured Patents
Modular connector and method
Ice machine
Method and apparatus for the selective oxidation of carbon monoxide in a hydrogen-containing gas mixture
Reversible mit for disposal of waste debris
System for controlling the display size of a formula bar in a spreadsheet
Methods of modulating matrix metalloproteinase activity and uses thereof
Generating seismic vibrator signals having distinguishing signatures
Display method, display apparatus and communication method
Rock drilling tool having pulsed jets
Layered electrophotographic recording element comprising p-type charge transport compounds