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Applied Physics A , 2 : — 6. To date, a rather ambiguous issue still remains: the mechanistic correlation between cleaning efficiency and the fluence and pulse number while avoiding any damage to the paper substrate. Therefore, this study was concerned with the development of a quantitative radiation dose model which provides a strategy for estimating optimum cleaning efficiency with a minimum of substrate radiation load. In order to base this on a broad set of practice, paper conservation experts selected relevant samples including cotton linters paper, ground wood paper, and original China papers together with a well-proven model graphite contaminant.
Four historical paper types without sizing and with widely differing composition were selected as substrates for this study by international experts in paper conservation. Cotton linters cellulose paper ca. Historical Paper Samples Selected and Provided. Cotton paper is produced from cotton linters or cotton from used cloth rags. It is superior in both strength and durability to ground wood cellulose paper, which contains lignin and acids. Two historical Chinese cellulose papers with foxing stains exhibiting wide inter-fibre spaces dated before , a white Fig.
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