Publication detail

Lyophilisation of Photographic Papers

KRČMA, F., BUREŠOVÁ, H.

Original Title

Lyophilisation of Photographic Papers

English Title

Lyophilisation of Photographic Papers

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

Many archive documents were inundated during the catastrophic flood in 2002 in the Bohemia, dominantly in many Prague central institutions and archives. The documents were frozen in huge packets just after the water receded and at present they are saved in freezing storages at the temperature under -30 ?C. The frozen materials usually contain various kinds of documents, dominantly on paper with written of printed information. A significant part of the material is photographic materials, both negatives and positives. The vacuum sublimation called lyophilisation is the most effective process. This work presents the first results obtained during the study of positive photographic materials lyophilisation.

English abstract

Many archive documents were inundated during the catastrophic flood in 2002 in the Bohemia, dominantly in many Prague central institutions and archives. The documents were frozen in huge packets just after the water receded and at present they are saved in freezing storages at the temperature under -30 ?C. The frozen materials usually contain various kinds of documents, dominantly on paper with written of printed information. A significant part of the material is photographic materials, both negatives and positives. The vacuum sublimation called lyophilisation is the most effective process. This work presents the first results obtained during the study of positive photographic materials lyophilisation.

Keywords

Lyophilization, photgraphic fiber paper, RC paper, paper properties

RIV year

2005

Released

20.09.2005

Publisher

AV ČR

Location

Praha

Pages from

S549

Pages to

S551

Pages count

3

BibTex


@article{BUT42439,
  author="František {Krčma} and Hana {Burešová}",
  title="Lyophilisation of Photographic Papers",
  annote="Many archive documents were inundated during the catastrophic flood in 2002 in the Bohemia, dominantly in many Prague central institutions and archives. The documents were frozen in huge packets just after the water receded and at present they are saved in freezing storages at the temperature under -30 ?C. The frozen materials usually contain various kinds of documents, dominantly on paper with written of printed information. A significant part of the material is photographic materials, both negatives and positives. The vacuum sublimation called lyophilisation is the most effective process. This work presents the first results obtained during the study of positive photographic materials lyophilisation.",
  address="AV ČR",
  chapter="42439",
  institution="AV ČR",
  journal="Chemické listy",
  number="S",
  volume="99",
  year="2005",
  month="september",
  pages="S549--S551",
  publisher="AV ČR",
  type="journal article - other"
}