FOR THE CHEMISTRY OF CULTURE HERITAGE (PART IV – FOR CONSERVATION-RESTORATION OF EXHIBITS OF CULTURAL HERITAGE MADE OF WOOD)
Keywords:International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), ICOMOS Georgia National Committee - ICOMOS Georgia, Authenticity, Venice Charter, Florence Charter, Nara Document on Authenticity, ICOMOS Principles for the Conservation of Wooden Architectural Heritage, Cleaning of Wooden Surface , wood antiseptics, fire-resistant wood treatment, deep impregnation of wood with preservatives, wood preservative solutions, wood structural elements, sodium tetraborate (so-called "bora"), boric acid, sodium fluoride, sodium hydrophosphate, boron, sodium pentachlorophenolate, chromium Copper salts, sodium dichromate, copper sulfate, zinc sulfate, pentavalent arsenic oxide, sodium hydroxide, ammonium hydroxide, chromic anhydride, dinitrophenol, mixture of ammonium borofluoride isomers, phenolic alcohols, urea (carbamide), ammonium tetrafluoroborate, carbamides, Polyurethane resins, acrylic resins It is Paraloid B 72, prepolymers (forpolymers), resorcinol formaldehyde oligomers, photooxidative destruction, xylene, benzene, toluene, acetone, cyclohexanone, water- and alcohol-soluble polyethylene glycols, archaeological wood, polyethylene glycol, polymethyl methacrylate, polybutyl methacrylate, polyorganosiloxanes
The article is devoted to the methodological aspects of the urgent need to preserve the continuous evolution of the tree heritage and its cultural values over time. This is based on international conventions, recommendations, and cultural heritage conservation standards related to the fundamental tasks of the International Council of Monuments and Sites of Interest (ICOMOS). This article is intended for specialists and students interested in conservation-restoration chemistry. The paper presents regulatory documents of the field, as well as technical terminology, for their adequate interpretation and qualified use.
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