Woodhead Publishing: Corrosion and Conservation of Cultural Heritage Metallic Artefacts

The conservation of metallic archaeological and historic artefacts is a major challenge whether they are ancient bronzes or relics of our more recent industrial past.

Based on the work of Working Party 21 Corrosion of Archaeological and Historical Artefacts within the European Federation of Corrosion (EFC), this important book summarises key recent research on analytical techniques, understanding corrosion processes and preventing the corrosion of cultural heritage metallic artefacts.

After an introductory part on some of the key issues in this area, part two reviews the range of analytical techniques for measuring and analysing corrosion processes, including time resolved spectroelectrochemistry, voltammetry and laser induced breakdown spectroscopy.

Corrosion and conservation of cultural heritage metallic artefacts - published by Woodhead Publishing.

Part three reviews different types of corrosion processes for a range of artefacts, whilst part four discusses on-site monitoring techniques. The final part of the book summaries a range of conservation techniques and strategies to conserve cultural heritage metallic artefacts.

Corrosion and conservation of cultural heritage metallic artefacts is an important reference for all those involved in archaeology and conservation, including governments, museums as well as those undertaking research in archaeology and corrosion science.

Dr Philippe Dillmann is Head of the Archaeological Materials Laboratory at the Institut de Recherche sur les Archéomatériaux within the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and the Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique (CNRS/CEA).

David Watkinson is Professor of Conservation at Cardiff University, UK.

Emma Angelini is Professor of Applied Physical Chemistry at the Politecnico di Torino, Italy.

Professor Annemie Adriaens works within the Department of Analytical Chemistry at Ghent University, Belgium.

Corrosion and conservation of cultural heritage metallic artefacts (ISBN 978 1 78242 154 2) is published at £185.00/ US$315.00/ €220.00 (plus p&p) by Woodhead Publishing Limited, 80 High Street, Sawston, Cambridge, CB22 3HJ, UK.  Tel: +44(0)1223 499140.  Fax: +44(0)1223 832819.  Email: [email protected]

Based in Cambridge, England, Woodhead Publishing is a leading international publisher of Materials and Engineering books.

Review copies of Corrosion and conservation of cultural heritage metallic artefacts and all other Woodhead Publishing Corrosion and Surface Engineering books are available on request. Free catalogues providing full details of our titles are available from Woodhead Publishing.

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