deacidification


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deacidification

[‚dē·ə‚sid·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(chemistry)
Removal of acid.
A process for reducing acidity.
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However, several of these wines were later used for deacidification trials, and the results did provide some validation for commercial winemakers to deacidify post-MLF to improve a wine's final quality and style.
Table 7: Preservation and conservation Techniques of print and non print materials Print and Bab Bells Craw Cres Cov Red Total non-print materials N % N % N % N % N % N % Lamination 21 68 4 13 5 16 - - - - 1 3 31 Microfilming - - - - 2 67 - - - - 1 33 3 Deacidification - - - - 1 100 - - - - - - 1 Binding 20 23 8 10 6 7 - - 28 33 22 26 84 Cleaning and 17 21 10 12 6 7 6 7 25 30 18 22 82 dusting Photocopying 23 27 11 13 7 8 7 8 27 32 10 12 85 Shelving 24 28 11 13 6 7 6 7 27 32 11 32 85 Installing 23 30 11 14 3 4 3 4 20 26 17 22 77 Air-conditioners Adequate 22 28 10 13 1 1 5 6 27 34 15 19 80 security Use of 11 26 3 7 2 5 3 7 13 31 10 24 42 Insecticide
For artifacts, that would mean better storage environments, with disaster preparedness and recovery plans in place, stabilization of content through such means as deacidification, rehousing, transferring to stable media, and so on.
Comparison of different methods for deacidification of clarified passion fruit juice", Journal of Food Engineering, Vol.
Deacidification processes ranging from rinsing individual sheets in alkaline solutions (calcium hydroxide for example) to exposing whole books to gaseous bases such as diethyl zinc have met with various degrees of success.
Additionally, a literature search sought to identify any "how to" articles, and music librarians engaged in deacidification projects were contacted to see whether assessments identified materials at risk.
Under preservation and conservation are topics and links for areas such as digital imaging, mold and pest management, audio materials, and deacidification.
Basbanes describes the measures that have been taken to rebuild devastated libraries, to replace destroyed collections, to save documents by reprinting, restoration, and deacidification, to rescue documents from thoughtless disposal, to preserve their contents by filming or digitization.
Specifically, Baker charged librarians with destroying or discarding large numbers of valuable newspapers and books as part of the deacidification and reformatting programs that were devised to deal with fragile and "brittle" paper.
This contribution allowed the restoration, rebinding, and deacidification of French books and monographs dating back to the eighteenth century.
The diel cycle of overnight acidification, followed by daytime deacidification (here denoted [Delta][H.
To stop the aging process, most paper items routinely undergo a deacidification process, such as a dunking in a bath of calcium hydroxide, followed by a dousing in calcium carbonate, Devan said.