Publication detail

Plasma Treatment of Metallic Artefacts

PROCHÁZKA, M. SÁZAVSKÁ, V. PŘIKRYL, R. BALAŠTÍKOVÁ, R. FOJTÍKOVÁ, P. KRČMA, F.

Original Title

Plasma Treatment of Metallic Artefacts

English Title

Plasma Treatment of Metallic Artefacts

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

The plasma chemical removal of the corrosion layers from archaeological artifacts by RF hydrogen low pressure plasma is a relatively new technique discovered at mid 80's. Because each object is original with the unique composition of corrosion layers as well corrosion history the model corroded samples were used for the presented study. The different duty cycles were applied to keep low temperature of samples. The second plasma application in the conservation is deposition of thin layers protecting the objects from the secondary corrosion. The organosilicone and parylene thin films were applied.

English abstract

The plasma chemical removal of the corrosion layers from archaeological artifacts by RF hydrogen low pressure plasma is a relatively new technique discovered at mid 80's. Because each object is original with the unique composition of corrosion layers as well corrosion history the model corroded samples were used for the presented study. The different duty cycles were applied to keep low temperature of samples. The second plasma application in the conservation is deposition of thin layers protecting the objects from the secondary corrosion. The organosilicone and parylene thin films were applied.

Keywords

low pressure hydrogen plasma, SiOx plasma deposition, parylene thin films

Released

10.07.2012

Location

Edinburg

Pages from

1

Pages to

1

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT93170,
  author="Michal {Procházka} and Věra {Sázavská} and Radek {Přikryl} and Radka {Veverková} and Petra {Miková} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Plasma Treatment of Metallic Artefacts",
  annote="The plasma chemical removal of the corrosion layers from archaeological artifacts by RF hydrogen low pressure plasma is a relatively new technique discovered at mid 80's. Because each object is original with the unique composition of corrosion layers as well corrosion history the model corroded samples were used for the presented study. The different duty cycles were applied to keep low temperature of samples. The second plasma application in the conservation is deposition of thin layers protecting the objects from the secondary corrosion. The organosilicone and parylene thin films were applied.",
  booktitle="ICOPS 39 - Book of Abstracts",
  chapter="93170",
  year="2012",
  month="july",
  pages="1--1",
  type="abstract"
}