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SUMMARIES This paper deals with the characterization of dyes in solutions by UV-VIS spectroscopy and degradation processes of the system dye-paper substrate by accelerated ageing studied by the reflectance UV-VIS spectroscopy and colorimetry. Six arylmethane dyes were investigated together with...
SUMMARIES The brittle-paper problem, i.e. the acid-catalyzed decay of cellulose originating from the invention of alum-rosin sizing at the beginning and of wood as a raw material for papermaking in the middle of the 19 th century, has challenged chemists and technicians to search for remedies....
SUMMARIES Due to the key role played by acidity in the degradation of paper objects, its neutralization is one of the processes most frequently applied in conservation. In addition, a solid deposit, an “alkaline reserve” inside the paper as protection against future acidity should be...
SUMMARIES When applied to architectural drawings, the term photoreproduction means a copy from the original drawing that was produced using a process similar to the photographic process. In architectural archives, these prints, especially diazotype prints, are conservation staff's main...
SUMMARIES Leafcasting is not only a fast conservation technique, but also provides superior aesthetic quality and homogeneity between the old paper and the new fill. The influence of polymers such as starch and cellulose ether surface coating on the properties of leafcast paper was researched in...
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