Robert L. Feller - Accelerated Aging: Photochemical and Thermal Aspects



Robert L. Feller - Accelerated Aging: Photochemical and Thermal Aspects
Publisher: Getty Publications | 1995-03-02 | ISBN: 0892361255 | File type: PDF | 296 pages | 5.48 mb

Written by a renowned expert in the field, this book presents an overview of the results of research using accelerated aging tests. The emphasis is on the chemical aspects of photochemical stability, but thermally initiated deterioration is also discussed. Although not a "how-to" book, it does introduce the reasoning, limitations, and principles underlying the concept of accelerated aging. An extensive bibliography provides conservators and conservation scientists with an invaluable source for further research and exploration.
The Getty Conservation Institute, an operating program of the J. Paul Getty Trust, is committed to raising public awareness of the importance of preserving cultural heritage worldwide and to furthering scientific knowledge and professional practice in the field of conservation. The Institute conducts research, training, documentation, and conservation activities in several major areas including objects and collections, archaeological sites and monuments, and historic buildings and sites.


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