domingo, 7 de outubro de 2012

Journal of the Institute of Conservation, vol. 35, n.º 1, 2012

Acabou de ser publicada a revista Journal of the Institute of Conservation, vol. 35, n.º 1, de 2012.

Está disponível aqui, com acesso condicionado.


  • Helen Ganiaris, Liz Barham, Liz Goodman, Great expectations: a review of iron from waterlogged contexts from London sites excavated in the 1980s and 1990s, pp. 3-13
  • Mari Gravgaard, Jettie van Lanschot, Cysteine as a non-toxic corrosion inhibitor for copper alloys in conservation, pp. 14-24
  • Jeremy Uden, Francesco Grazzi, Francesco Civita, Antonella Scherillo, Heather Richardson, Laura Bartoli, Marco Zoppi, Time-of-flight neutron diffraction: a new analytical technique for conservation?, pp. 25-39
  • Paul Garside, Paul Wyeth, Xiaomei Zhang, Categorizing tin phosphate/silicate-weighted silks on site by near-infrared spectroscopy, pp. 40-49
  • Anne-Claire de Poulpiquet, The conservation of a Hawaiian kapa: use of size-exclusion chromatography (SEC) for the evaluation of cellulose degradation caused by oil and sodium chloride, pp. 50-61
  • Bettina Ebert, Brian Singer, Nicky Grimaldi, Aquazol as a consolidant for matte paint on Vietnamese paintings, pp. 62-76
  • Verena Kotonski, The conservation of nineteenth-century leather-covered willow baskets from Franconia/Bavaria, pp. 77-91
  • Eklund, Julie A., The possible effects of preparation and conservation treatments on DNA research, using treatments for basketry as a case study, pp. 92-102
  • Gemma Aboe, Packaging and storage solutions for archaeological basketry: a selection of practical designs, pp. 103-111