JAIC 1990, Volume 29, Number 2, Article 3 (pp. 133 to 152)
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JAIC 1990, Volume 29, Number 2, Article 3 (pp. 133 to 152)

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RESEARCH APPROACH TO THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF CELLULOSIC AND LIGNEOUS MATERIALS

HELEN D. BURGESS, & NANCY E. BINNIE




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AUTHOR INFORMATION

HELEN D. BURGESS graduated from the University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, with an honors B.A. degree in chemistry. She went on to obtain a M.Sc. in protein chemistry from the Chemistry Department of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and a Masters of Art Conservation from Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, specializing in conservation science. In 1978 she joined the staff of Conservation Processes Research Division, Canadian Conservation Institute, where she is currently employed as a senior conservation scientist. Address: Canadian Conservation Institute, Department of Communications, 1030 Innes Rd., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1A 0C8.

NANCY E. BINNIE graduated from Carleton University, Ottawa, with an honors B.Sc. in chemistry. She subsequently obtained a M.Sc. degree from Carleton specializing in Raman and fluorescence studies of chlorophyll a monomers and aggregates. In 1987 she joined the staff of the Conservation Processes Research Division, Canadian Conservation Institute, where she is currently working as an assistant conservation scientist. Address: Canadian Conservation Institute, Department of Communications, 1030 Innes Rd., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1A 0C8.


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