A STUDY OF ACRYLIC DISPERSIONS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF PAINTINGS
Michael C. Duffy
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10. The sailcloth was chosen because it is nonabsorbent and would not react with the adhesives being tested. It is a woven fabric that has been cross-linked with melamine formaldehyde for high stiffness.
11. Samuel Hudson and Lowell Perkins were of great assistance in modifying the aging chamber, which was originally designed by Marion Mecklenberg.
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13. The Scott Tester was made available by Dr. J. Weaver, chairman of the University of Delaware Textiles Department.
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Roehm GmbH, Postfach 4242, 61 Darmstadt, West GermanyRhoplex AC 33
Roehm & HaasRhoplex AC 234
Independence Mall West, Philadelphia, Pa. 19105, USA
Lascaux 360 HV.
Lascaux FarbenfabrikLascaux 498 HV.
Department Restauro, CH-8306 Bruetisellen, SwitzerlandSailcloth
Bainbridge-Aquabatten, 252 Revere Street, Canton, MA 02021