5 edition of Polymers in conservation found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by N.S. Allen, M. Edge, and C.V. Horie.|
|Series||Special publication, no. 105, Special publication (Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)) -- no. 105.|
|Contributions||Allen, Norman S., Edge, M., Horie, C. V., Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||92033319|
The pre-conference symposium Use of Leather in Book Conservation provided context for reviewing past treatments with a focus on the materials used and their performance over time. Head of Book Conservation at the Library of Congress, Shelly Smith, and I selected treated volumes by going through documentation files from A leader in manufacturing and processing water-soluble polymers, SNF has developed a range of more than products that help to preserve our natural resources, encourage recycling and improve efficiencies of industrial processes. Our polymers have several complementary functionalities: flocculation, which enables solids to be separated from.
In this issue of Conservation Perspectives we explore this diverse group of intriguing but challenging materials, highly prized for their versatility but often synthetic polymers with wood, glass, paper, and textiles: plywood, wind-shields, cell phone screens, counter-tops, and waterproof bedding, all of. Book Description. Materials in Conservation is the definitive introduction to the properties of materials used in continual struggle of conservators to ameliorate the deterioration of objects has led to increasing use of synthetic polymers.
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An essential book for those needing to conserve polymers in artefacts. Polymers form an integral part of a great many artefacts of historical importance.
This book deals with the artefacts of the twentieth century and provides an overview of the problems of organic polymer systems encountered in conservation. Written with a chemical/materials science approach it points to. Materials for Conservation: Organic Consolidants, Adhesives and Coatings provides an overview of one aspect of materials conservation treatment, particularly the properties of organic consolidants, adhesives, and coatings.
The contents of the book are divided into two parts; these parts are background information and survey of polymers. An essential book for those needing to conserve polymers in artefacts. Polymers form an integral part of a great many artefacts of historical importance.
This book deals with the artefacts of the twentieth century and provides an overview of the problems of organic polymer systems encountered in conservation.
Polymers in conservation. Royal Society of Chemistry, (OCoLC) Online version: Polymers in conservation. Royal Society of Chemistry, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Norman S Allen; M Edge; C V Horie; Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain).
Elisabetta Princi has wide experience regarding the use of polymers in the field of cultural heritage. She has led a research team at the University of Genoa (Genoa, Italy) for several years and has published widely on the scientific background to the conservation, preservation and restoration of stone and stone-based works of : Paperback.
List of synthetic polymers by Synthetic polymers are human-made polymers derived from petroleum oil. This guide explains about the eight most common types of synthetic organic polymers, which are commonly found in households are: Low-density polyethylene, High-density polyethylene, Polypropylene, Polyvinyl chloride, Polystyrene, Nylon, nylon 6, nylon 6,6.
Plastic objects are included more than ever in museums and galleries collections these days, but these items can start to deteriorate when they a just a few years old. In this book Yvonne Shashoua provides the essential knowledge needed to keep plastic pieces in the best possible condition so that they can continue to be enjoyed for many years.
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Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. About this book. One of the first comprehensive books to focus on the role of polymers in the burgeoning energy materials market.
Polymers are increasingly finding applications in the areas of energy storage and conversion. A number of recent advances in the control of the polymer molecular structure which allows the polymer properties to be.
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Handbook of Polymers in Stone Conservation | Princi, Elisabetta | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Back to Objects, Textiles, Paintings, or Book & Paper Gels, Thickeners, and Viscosity Modifiers The use of these materials in conservation spans disciplines.
This is intended to be a cross-disciplinary starting bibliography for those seeking a brief. The book deals with the modelling of steady state and non-steady state basic processes of fibre formation and fibre processing.
Focal points are melt spinning processes (polymers and glass, drawing, spunbonded nonwoven), spun yarn spinning processes (drafting, carding) and the description of the dynamics in different process steps during the fibre processing (fibre.
This book focuses on the chemicals used for conservation and restoration of various artefacts in artwork and archaeology, as well as special applications of these materials. Also the methods used, both methods for cleaning, conservation and restoration, as well as methods for the analysis of the state of the respective artefacts.
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Polymers in conservation / Author: edited by N.S. Allen, M. Edge and C.V. Horie. Publication info: Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry, Materials for Conservation: Organic Consolidants, Adhesives and Coatings provides an overview of one aspect of materials conservation treatment, particularly the properties of organic consolidants, adhesives, and coatings.
The contents of the book are divided into two parts; these parts are background information and survey of Edition: 1. Materials in Conservation is the definitive introduction to the properties of materials used in continual struggle of conservators to ameliorate the deterioration of objects has led to increasing use of synthetic by: Rubinstein's textbook is another great introduction to polymer physics (especially scaling principles, percolation, and fractal behavior), and Hiemenez.
Other monomer groups appear in conservation materials, acrylonitrile (the comonomer in vinylidene chloride polymers) and cyanoacrylates. There has also been an increasing interest in the stability of fluorinated acrylic polymers. Abbreviations are widely used in discussion of the various polymers (Table ).
Conservation and restoration of objects made from plastics is an activity dedicated to the conservation of objects of historical and personal value made from applied to cultural heritage this activity is generally undertaken by a museum collections there are a variety of artworks and artifacts that are composed of plastic material .The conservation uses of each material are summarised and referenced to allow further study.
In five appendices, the properties of the polymers, solvents and their interactions are tabulated, with a list of suppliers and conversion table of physical units. IUPAC and SI nomenclature is used throughout the Edition: 2nd New Edition.PDF | On Jan 1,C. Arcak and others published The use of silicone polymers in the conservation of glass from waterlogged sites: a brief introduction | Find, read and .