Volume 11, Number 3, Sept 1989, pp.9-10
"This new edition will make surfactant science even more accessible to you in your research efforts. After introducing the various structural types of commercial surfactants and their properties and applications, Rosen covers adsorption at interfaces and micellization using simplified physical chemical theory. There are extensive tables of data to show the effect of surfactant structure on properties and performance. New to this edition is a chapter on molecular interactions and synergism in mixtures of surfactants which reflects Rosen's pioneering work in the lab."
Available through: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; Dept. 063; One Wiley Drive; Somerset, N.J. 08875-9977. 1989, 431 pp., $49.95.
A review has been published in the April 1989 "The Guild of Book Workers Newsletter."
1989 AIC Abstracts. Abstracts of nearly 100 papers presented at the AIC 17th Annual Meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio, May 30-June 4, 1989. Price: To AIC members-$8.00, to Non-members-$12.00.
1989 CIPP Preprints. Preprints of two papers presented at the Conservators in Private Practice (CIPP) Session of the AIC 17th Annual Meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1, 1989--"Record keeping: Who Wants to Know?" by Holly Maxson and "Contracts: Who's in Charge Here?" by Virgina N. Naude. 21 pages. Price: $6.00.
1989-1990 Annual AIC Directory. Publication Date-August 1989. A comprehensive listing of AIC members organized by name, specialty and geographic region, the Directory also contains additional information on the AIC/FAIC and the conservation field in general. 200 pages. A benefit of membership in AIC, the directory is also available to non-members for $35.00. Publications may be ordered from: AIC; 1400 16th Street, NW., Suite 340; Washington, D.C. 20036.
Ancient Images on Stone, Rock Art of the Californias (UCLA 1983, 128 pp., b.w. drawings and full-color illus.) Edited by Van Tilburg $14.95.
The Forum was held on February 27, 1989, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The cost of this publication is $6.00 plus $2.50 for postage and handling.
The August issue of the Archaeological Conservation Newsletter is in the making and contributors are asked to send copy in as soon as possible. Past issues have discussed education in conservation and more recent discussion (at AIC) has arisen as to what the best means would be for exchanging information between the conservator and archaeological community. Other sections of the newsletter include Materials (ceramics, stone, etc.), Regional News, Archaeological Preservation and the Law, and Collections Management. For further information, contact Jeff Maish, Editor; Antiquities Conservation; The J. Paul Getty Museum; P.O. Box 2112; Santa Monica, CA. 90406. (213) 459-7611 Ext. 339.
All back numbers of the WAAC Newsletter are available for sale. Each deluxe issue costs $5.00 and is available from the Secretary/Treasurer, Janice Mae Schopfer. Please specify the volume and number or the month and year when ordering. (New members receive all issues for the membership year in which they join.) Additional copies of the Ten Year Cumulative Index to the WAAC Newsletter are available for $5.00. New members automatically receive the 10 Year Index.
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