Pages of History of Polymer Science and Technology: 1) La nitrazione della cellulosa di Schonbein. l'estrusore di Bewley

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Pages of History of Polymer Science and Technology.  In 1968 it was observed that the production of plastics was two and six times  that of aluminium and copper respectively.The “plastic Age” started in 1983 when for the first time the world consumption of plastics exceeded that of iron.The development of plastics from the “pr

PLASTICS IN ART ( IN CULTURAL HERITAGE )-PLASTICS FOR ART ( FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE )

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POLYMERS SINCE THE THE BIRTH OF THE PLASTICS INDUSTRY WERE PREFERRED , IN MANY APPLICATIONS, TO TRADITIONAL MATERIALS:
WOOD, METAL, GLASS, CERAMICS, IVORY, ECC:.
THE ADVANTAGES WERE THE FOLLOWING:

---EASY LAVORABILITY

---LOW PRODUCTION COST

Artefacts in Horn, Bois Durci and Casein : Degradation and Conservation

 

 I am Professor in Chemistry Applied to the Conservation of Cultural Heritage.

I am interested in having information about the following points:

1- the symptoms of degradation observed in early artefacts in horn , Bois Durci and Casein.

WITH THE GROWTH OF POLYMER INDUSTRY PLASTICS ARTIFACTS BECOME A RELEVANT PART OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE

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WITH The growth of polymer industry Plastics artifacts become a relevant part of the cultural heritage

By Ezio Martuscelli

is a first of a series of articles finalised to report and analyse the following topics:

CONCLUDING REMARKS ABOUT PAPERTECH ACHIEVEMENTS

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Hereafter are reported the

CONCLUDING REMARKS ABOUT PAPERTECH ACHIEVEMENTS

By E. Martuscelli

Coordinator of PAPERTECH project

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