Volatile compounds were identified by comparing the peak retention time to those of pure standard with the peak retention time for deacidified
In addition to paper restoration, spine repairs, rebinding, and new boxes, Crawford also had some of his scores deacidified
because the paper was yellowing and showing signs of deterioration.
The limestone portion of the raw meal is deacidified
at temperatures of more than 950 C.
(9) It has now been professionally treated by a paper conservator, deacidified
, and framed behind museum glass.
The Effects of Pollution on Deacidified
Paper Restaurator vol.
Co-determined efforts also exist between preservation and cataloging departments to maintain bibliographic control over books that are reformatted, deacidified
, or otherwise conserved.
The "Save a Minnesota Moment in Time" millennium edition program offers a deacidified
newspaper housed in a preservation flame package featuring Alpharag Artcare, Artcare Archival Corrugate and UV filtering Plexiglas.
This system employs a proprietary resin which is capable of removing the excess sulfuric acid from generator effluent, thus producing a deacidified
sodium sulfate solution which is directed to the recovery cycle.
Development of techniques for neutralizing the acid in individual leaves of paper in aqueous solutions led to technologies in which entire collections of bound volumes could be deacidified
using vapor in a sealed chamber.