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Subject: Studies in Conservation

Studies in Conservation

From: Graham Voce <iic<-a>
Date: Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Studies in Conservation is the premier international journal in its
field. Published four times a year, it contains 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.

Issue number 4 of volume 52 has been published; its contents are as

    Spherical copper resinate on Coromandel objects: analysis and
    conservation of matt green paint
    Lucia Burgio, Shayne Rivers, Catherine Higgitt, Marika Spring
    and Ming Wilson

    An investigation of parameters for the use of citrate solutions
    for surface cleaning unvarnished paintings
    Rachel Morrison, Abigail Bagley-Young, Aviva Burnstock, Klaas
    Jan van den Berg and Henk Van Keulen

    A novel method to determine oxidation rates of heritage
    materials in vitro and in situ
    Henning Matthiesen

    A note on a modern lead white, also known as 'synthetic
    Marie-Claude Corbeil and P. Jane Sirois

    The correlation between bulk density and shock resistance of
    waterlogged archaeological wood using the Pilodyn
    David Gregory, Poul Jensen, Henning Matthiesen and Kristiane

    Evaluating single- and two-constant Kubelka-Munk turbid media
    theory for instrumental-based inpainting
    Roy S. Berns and Mahnaz Mohammadi

This issue of Studies in Conservation is available from the IIC
office as well as a wide range of past issues of Studies in
Conservation, Reviews in Conservation, News in Conservation as well
as IIC Congress preprints at attractive rates.  See below for
contact details.

    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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