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Case study of an environmentally monitored inkjet print

From: Mark McCormick-Goodhart <mark<-at->
Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2009
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Case Study #2 entitled

    "A Year in the Life of an Inkjet Print -
    Environmental, Colorimetric, and Visual Assessments"

has been added to the Documents page of the Aardenburg Imaging and
Archives website. It can be located as the fifth document in the
list (AaI_20090402_CS-02.pdf) or you can download it directly from
the link in the news item about this study on the AaI&A home page.

    <URL:http://www.aardenburg-imaging.com/news.html>

I have posted this message to the Cons DistList because the work may
be of interest to paper and photograph conservators.  There is
empirical evidence of extreme susceptibility of optical brighteners
to gas fading (probably ozone) when the OBAs are located in the ink
receptor layers of microporous inkjet papers.

Mark McCormick-Goodhart
Director, Aardenburg Imaging and Archives
144 West Park Street
Lee, MA 01238
413-243-4181


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