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Corrosion inhibitor testing in archaeological conservation

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Robert Faltermeier

UCL Institute of Archaeology, GB
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Metal objects from archaeological contexts often suffer serious damage by corrosion. Various methods for inhibiting corrosion have been developed, but their effects need to be evaluated. Here new research is described on how treatments to inhibit the corrosion of copper and copper-alloy artefacts may be tested.
Keywords: Metal Corrosion Copper 
How to Cite: Faltermeier, R., (1997). Corrosion inhibitor testing in archaeological conservation. Archaeology International. 1, pp.49–50. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.0115
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Published on 23 Nov 1997.
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