JAIC 1985, Volume 24, Number 2, Article 5 (pp. 104 to 109)
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JAIC 1985, Volume 24, Number 2, Article 5 (pp. 104 to 109)

THE DETECTION OF MORDANTS BY ENERGY DISPERSIVE X-RAY SPECTROMETRY

N. Indictor, R.J. Koestler, & R. Sheryll




BIBIOGRAPHY

Koestler, R.J., R.Sheryll and N.Indictor, “Identification of Dyeing Mordants and Related Substances on Textile Fibers: A Preliminary Study Using Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry,” Studies in Conservation (in press).

Matthews, J.M.Applications of Dyestuffs to Textiles, Paper, Leather and the Materials. Wiley, New York. 1920. p 168.

Gerber, F.H. “Cochineal and the Insect Dyes,” Ormand Beach, Florida.

NobukoKajitani, Textile Conservation Department, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, provided the samples of dyed wool and described sample preparation.

Bergen, W.V.Ed.Wool Handbook. Interscience, NY.1963.

Purinton, N., “SEM Analysis of Paper Before and After Deacidification with Mg(CO3)2,” Tenth Conference on Conservation Training Programs, May 2–4, 1984. Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Harvard Univ. Art Museum, Cambridge, MA.


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