By C. Wayne Smith
В этой работе, автор описывает ряд методов, которые были использованы им и его коллегами при столкновении с проблемой консервации мелких органических фрагментов – древесины, кожи, продуктов питания и т.п., возникшей во время расчистки останков парусника "La Belle", затонувшего у берегов Техаса в 1686 г., и пролежавшего в иле более трехсот лет.Образцы сканов:
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After being capped to prevent evaporation, the sample was allowed to sit at room temperature for an additional hours. Subsequently, sample B was removed from the bath and treated identically to sample A. Waterlogged wood sample C was dehydrated using a series of acetone baths that were placed in a freezer-mounted vacuum chamber as a means of determining if the combination of low temperature and vacuum had a signiﬁcant eﬀect on the dehydration process. Sample C was placed into ml of fresh acetone and placed into the freezermounted vacuum chamber, where it remained under a vacuum of Torr for hours.
As formidable as the task may be, however, the introduction of a stabilizing and consolidating agent is necessary to prevent exfoliation that occurs with the separation of the outer zone of wood from the denser interior. Passivation Polymers seem to eﬀectively prevent this problem. The use of silicone preservation technologies also allows the conservator to better control the strength, ﬂexibility, exterior ﬁnish, and color when treating waterlogged or severely desiccated wood. As with polyethylene glycol, Passivation Polymers can be blended to accentuate structural and aesthetic qualities that the conservator may wish to apply to archaeological wood.
The towel served to form an airspace around the artifacts. A second piece of crumpled paper, containing cc of CT-, was then placed into the bag (ﬁg. ). Once sealed, the bag was placed into a warming oven preset at ˚C. After hours of catalyzation, the paper containing the used catalyst was replaced with a new ball of paper containing cc of fresh CT-. The bag was resealed and returned to the warming oven for an additional hours. Care must be taken to ensure that paper containing the CT- catalyst does not come into direct contact with any artifacts during catalyzation.