SEM investigations on old maps with canvas support
Dorina Camelia Ilieș , Liliana Indrie , Jan Andrzej Wendt , Alexandru Ilies , Ovidiu Gaceu , Elena Demenchuk , Florin Marcu , Ligia Burta , Adriana Baidog , Adina Albu , Grigore Herman , Anamaria Axinte
AbstractDigitization of cultural heritage, has started to play a major role in sustainability; also, old maps investigations can be a valuable source of information. These should be carefully handled by archive workers and those who are studying them, because mycological content can increase both human health and environmental pro blems. These, together with the conditions in which are stored can deteriorate the composition of the cellulose fibers, respectively the canvas fibers on which are glued. Samples were collected from old maps dating to 1895 and 1910 by specific means and methods in order to investigate their mycological content which revealed the presence of Peni cillium ssp and Fusarium spp. Scanning electron microscopy - analysis (SEM) was done for the mentioned materials in order to determinate the deterioration of the fibers.
|Journal series||TexTeh International Conference Proceedings, ISSN 2068-9101, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.50|
|Conference||9th Texteh International Conference, 2019, 24-10-2019 - 25-10-2019, Bucharest, Rumunia|
|Keywords in English||digitization, old maps, SEM investigations, fungi, fibers, deterioration|
|License||Repository; published final; ; with publication|
|Score||= 5.0, 28-01-2020, ArticleFromJournal|
|Licencja||Korzystanie z tego materiału jest możliwe zgodnie z właściwymi przepisami o dozwolonym użytku lub o innych wyjątkach przewidzianych w przepisach prawa, a korzystanie w szerszym zakresie wymaga uzyskania zgody uprawnionego.|
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