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Studies in Conservation

From: Graham Voce <iic>
Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Studies in Conservation Volume 52 No.2 has just been published.
Since 1952, Studies in Conservation has contained original,
peer-reviewed papers on advances in conservation, including both
practical and scientific aspects, together with the latest research
on historic materials, technical art history and methods of
fabrication. It also presents authoritative reviews of the latest
publications in the field. Every paper includes a summary in
English, French, German and Spanish.

The contents of this latest issue are:

    Materials and Techniques of a Spanish Renaissance Panel Painting
        Ainhoa Rodriguez-Lopez, Narayan Khandekar, Glenn Gates and
        Richard Newman

    Acoustic Emission for Tracing the Evolution of Damage in Wooden
        Slawomir Jakiela, Lukasz Bratasz and Roman Kozlowski

    The Influence of Past Protective Treatments on the Deterioration
    of Historic Stone Facades: a Case Study
        Maria Jose Varas, Monica Alvarez de Buergo and Rafael Fort

    An Investigation of Deterioration of Archaeological Iron
        Quanyu Wang

    Economics of Dust
        Helen Lloyd, Peter Brimblecombe and Katy Lithgow

    A Note on the Products of the Reaction of AMT with Bronze and
    with Three Corrosion Products of Bronze
        Joao Cura D'Ars F. Junior, Vito M. De Bellis, Vanessa F.C.
        Lins and Luiz A.C. Souza

    Notes and reviews

The contents of the previous issue, Volume 52 No.1, are:

    An evaluation of the role of semi-transparent relining in the
    conservation of Thangka paintings
        Sabine Cotte

    Analyses of copper- and beeswax-containing green paint on
    Egyptian antiquities
        Vincent Daniels

    Digital reconstruction of fragmented archaeological objects
        Athanasios Velios and John Harrison

    The use of a portable single-sided relaxometry and laboratory
    imaging NMR devices in stone conservation
        Mara Camaiti, Cinzia Casieri, Francesco De Luca, Paola
        Fantazzini and Camilla Terenzi

    Determination of maximum freeze drying temperature for
    PEG-impregnated archaeological wood
        Ulrich Schnell and Poul Jensen

    Deterioration of cadmium-coated instruments in museum storage
        David A. Scott and Michele R. Derrick

    Notes and reviews

Copies of the current year's Studies in Conservation may be obtained
from Earthscan, at <URL:> or at:

    4th Floor, 8-12 Camden High Street
    London NW1 0JH
    +44 207 387 8558

Copies of previous years' issues may be obtained from IIC at
<URL:> or at:

    International Institute for Conservation
    of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC)
    6 Buckingham Street
    London WC2N 6BA
    +44 20 7839 5975
    Fax: +44 20 7976 1564
    iic [at] iiconservation__org

Graham Voce
Executive Secretary
International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic
    Works (IIC)
6 Buckingham Street
London WC2N 6BA
+44 20 7839 5975
Fax: +44 20 7976 1564

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