Detail publikace

Treatment of the Glass Archaelogical Artefacts by Underwater Discharge

Originální název

Treatment of the Glass Archaelogical Artefacts by Underwater Discharge

Anglický název

Treatment of the Glass Archaelogical Artefacts by Underwater Discharge

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This work focuses on the removal of corrosion product layers from the glass made archaeological artefacts. The reactive species and physical effects generated by the underwater discharge in multielectrode configuration were used as reducing agents. Original archaeological artefacts were treated for three minutes per square cm at the applied power of 5 W. Surface changes were visible by the naked eye and visualized using scanning electron microscopy. The relative concentrations of the elements were monitored by X-ray microanalysis on the objects surfaces and from the object core. Very good corrosion removal using this new low stressing technique was fully confirmed.

Anglický abstrakt

This work focuses on the removal of corrosion product layers from the glass made archaeological artefacts. The reactive species and physical effects generated by the underwater discharge in multielectrode configuration were used as reducing agents. Original archaeological artefacts were treated for three minutes per square cm at the applied power of 5 W. Surface changes were visible by the naked eye and visualized using scanning electron microscopy. The relative concentrations of the elements were monitored by X-ray microanalysis on the objects surfaces and from the object core. Very good corrosion removal using this new low stressing technique was fully confirmed.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT129272,
  author="Lenka {Holíková} and Drahomíra {Janová} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Treatment of the Glass Archaelogical Artefacts by Underwater Discharge",
  annote="This work focuses on the removal of corrosion product layers from the glass made archaeological artefacts. The reactive species and physical effects generated by the underwater discharge in multielectrode configuration were used as reducing agents. Original archaeological artefacts were treated for three minutes per square cm at the applied power of 5 W. Surface changes were visible by the naked eye and visualized using scanning electron microscopy. The relative concentrations of the elements were monitored by X-ray microanalysis on the objects surfaces and from the object core. Very good corrosion removal using this new low stressing technique was fully confirmed.",
  address="Masarykova Univerzita",
  booktitle="International Symposium on High Pressure Low Temperature Plasma Chemistry (HAKONE XV) with joint COST TD1208 workshop Non-Equilibrium Plasmas with Liquids for Water and Surface Treatments: Book of Contributed Papers",
  chapter="129272",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Masarykova Univerzita",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  pages="392--395",
  publisher="Masarykova Univerzita",
  type="conference paper"
}