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Atomic oxygen treatment as a method of recovering smoke damaged paintings

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Glenn Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Cleveland, Ohio], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oxygen atoms.,
  • Smoke.,
  • Paints.,
  • Oils.,
  • Surface treatment.,
  • Monatomic gases.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSharon K. Rutledge ... [et al.].
    Series[NASA technical memorandum] -- NASA/TM-1999-208507/REV1., NASA technical memorandum -- 208507.
    ContributionsRutledge, Sharon K., NASA Glenn Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15566484M

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Atomic oxygen treatment as a method of recovering smoke damaged paintings Download PDF EPUB FB2

Atomic Oxygen Treatment as a Method of Recovering Smoke Damaged Paintings Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 39(1) November with Reads. Atomic Oxygen Treatment as a Method of Recovering Smoke Damaged Paintings Sharon K.

Rutledge and Bruce A. Banks Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio Mark Forkapa, Thomas Stueber, and Edward Sechkar NYMA, Inc., Brook Park, Ohio Kevin Malinowski Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for the.

Atomic Oxygen Treatment As A Method Of Recovering Smoke Damaged Paintings (OCoLC) Online version: Rutledge, Sharon K. Atomic oxygen treatment as a method of recovering smoke damaged paintings (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

ATOMIC OXYGEN TREATMENT AS A METHOD OF RECOVERING SMOKE DAMAGED PAINTINGS Sharon K. Rutledge and Bruce A. Banks National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Mark Forkapa, Thomas Stueber, and Edward Sechkar NYMA Inc.

Brook Park, Ohio Kevin Malinowski Cleveland State University Cleveland, Ohio. Atomic Oxygen Treatment As A Method Of Recovering Smoke Damaged Paintings (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Atomic oxygen treatment as a method of recovering smoke damaged paintings (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.

Atomic Oxygen Treatment as a Method of Recovering Smoke Damaged Paintings June An Atmospheric Atomic Oxygen Source for Cleaning Smoke Damaged Art Objects June Miller, S., Banks, B.

A., and Tollis, G., “ Treatment and Analysis of a Paint Chip From ‘Water Lilies’ a Fire Damaged Monet,” prepared for the Fall Meeting, Boston. Atomic Oxygen Treatment as a Method of Recovering Smoke Damaged Paintings.

By Thomas Stueber, Mark Forkapa, Bruce A. Banks, Kevin Malinowski, Sharon K. Rutledge and Edward Sechkar. Abstract. Smoke damage, as a result of a fire, can be difficult to remove from some types of painting media without causing swelling, leaching or pigment movement. Atomic Oxygen Treatment as a Method of Recovering Smoke-Damaged Paintings The noncontact technique that is described uses atomic oxygen, generated under low pressure in the presence of nitrogen, to remove soot and charred varnish from the surface of a painting.

Understanding Atomic Oxygen Oxygen comes in several different forms. The oxygen that we breathe is called O 2 —that is, it is comprised of two atoms of oxygen.

O 3 is ozone, such as occurs in Earth's upper atmosphere, and O (one atom), is atomic oxygen. Atomic oxygen doesn't exist naturally for very long on the surface of Earth, as it is very. Mark J. Forkapa's 6 research works with 30 citations and reads, including: Atomic Oxygen Treatment as a Method of Recovering Smoke Damaged Paintings.

While developing methods to prevent damage from atomic oxygen, researchers discovered that atomic oxygen could remove layers of soot or other organic (carbon-based) materials from a surface. Because atomic oxygen will not react with inorganic oxides, such as most paint pigments, it could be used to restore paintings damaged by soot.

atomic oxygen treatment as a method of recovering smoke-damaged paintings SHARON K. RUTLEDGE, BRUCE A. BANKS, MARK FORKAPA, THOMAS STUEBER, EDWARD SECHKAR, & KEVIN MALINOWSKI TITULO—El tratamiento con ox geno at mico como m todo para la recuperaci n de pinturas da adas por humo.

Atomic oxygen treatment as a method of recovering smoke damaged paintings [microform] / Sharon K. Rutled Characterization of powder surfaces: with special reference to pigments and fillers / edited by G. Atomic oxygen treatment as a method of recovering smoke damaged paintings [microform] / Sharon K.

Rutled Use of an atmospheric atomic oxygen beam for restoration of defaced paintings [microform] / Bruce A. Ban Solar generation and storage of O₂(a¹ g) [microform] / Allen J. Twarowski, Phan Dao, and Lisa A. Good. AbstractAsbestos abatement industry standards for items exposed to a contaminated environment generally call for disposal.

This option is not acceptable for museum objects that have been contaminated by asbestos. For many years the Smithsonian Institution has worked to define and refine artifact asbestos decontamination procedures and approaches.

document damage, document restoration, Fire Damage. Title: Atomic Oxygen Treatment as a Method of Recovering Smoke-Damaged Paintings Created Date: Z. Patients are told by doctors not to smoke, but studies have show that 14% to 51% of home oxygen users smoke.

Read on to educate yourself on frequently asked questions about smoking and oxygen therapy. Can I smoke while on oxygen therapy. Can I smoke around someone who is on oxygen therapy. A number of treatments may be given for smoke inhalation. Oxygen. Oxygen is the mainstay of treatment.

Oxygen may be applied with a nose tube, mask, or through a tube down the throat. If the patient has signs and symptoms of upper airway problems (hoarseness), they.

Many paintings damaged by smoke sit in storage, undisplayed and unappreciated, because no one has found a good way to clean them. Now, scientists from NASA are finding that atomic oxygen, which exists in Earth's upper atmosphere and chews away materials on orbiting satellites, may give conservators the tool they need to tackle this problem.

Oxygenated treatment (OT) is a technique used to reduce corrosion in a boiler and its associated feedwater system in flow-through boilers. With oxygenated treatment, oxygen is injected into the feedwater to keep the oxygen level between ppb.

"Common injection points are just after the condensate polisher and again at the deaerator outlet.".A(n) _____ is a mixture of fuel and oxygen for which the masses of these two components are exactly those needed for complete combustion, with no residue.

stoichiometric mixture The thermal decomposition of solid fuels to produce vapors is known as.Atomic oxygen was also successfully used to clean a fire-damaged Roy Lichtenstein ink drawing.

(NASA gives the alarming statistic that worldwide an average of one collection or gallery suffers fire damage every day, so an effective way of cleaning soot and smoke from paintings—solvents sometimes just make things worse—would be of huge benefit.).