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Subject: Sealing cement

Sealing cement

From: Ethel E. Hellman <ehellman>
Date: Wednesday, January 3, 1996
In response to Ellen McCrady's mention of Japanese research into
particles released as concrete cures, I offer the following

    Toishi, K. and Kenjo, T., "Alkaline Material Liberated into
    Atmosphere from New Concrete." Journal of Paint Technology, Vol.
    39, No.506 (March 1967), pp. 152-155.

    Toishi, K. and Kenjo, T., "A Simple Method of Measuring the
    Alkalinity of Air in New Concrete Buildings." Studies in
    Conservation, Vol. 13 (1968), pp. 213-214.

These were both referenced in Kenzo Toishi's

    "Tropical Climate and New Concrete Building for a Museum," in
    Conservation in the Tropics: Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific
    Seminar on Conservation of Cultural Property (Feb. 7-16, 1972),
    edited by O. P. Agrawal.

Ethel E. Hellman
HRHRC/ UT,Austin

                  Conservation DistList Instance 9:52
                  Distributed: Sunday, January 7, 1996
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Received on Wednesday, 3 January, 1996

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