2007-04

2007-04

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This study was undertaken to evaluate the physical effects of drying waterlogged archaeological wood using supercritical carbon dioxide as compared to air drying and the popular polyethlene gylcol (PEG)/freeze drying method. Previous studies have shown supercritical drying to be a potentially advantageous alternative to current methods of drying waterlogged wood through reduced processing time, minimal shrinkage, and increased success for reversibility.

This research was made possible through Grant MT-2210-05-NC-10 from the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT).

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