Six species of fibre were examined, taken largely from the bast group (flax, hemp, jute ..  P. GARSIDE and P. WYETH, ‘Characterisation of Plant Fibres By. GARSIDE, P., RICHARDSON, E., and WYETH, P. NIR/Chemometrics for Silk. Identification of cellulosic fibres by FTIR spectroscopy: differentiation of flax and. Garside and Wyeth  defined a crystallinity index, X, as the ratio of the two band intensities, I/I for ATR FTIR spectra of hemp and flax fibres.
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Assessing near infrared and terahertz spectroscopy for the characterisation of rlax heritage artefacts. Download statistics Downloads from ePrints over the past year. The ability to accurately identify fibres is of importance to conservators, allowing the most appropriate methods of treatment to be employed.
Identification of Textile Fibres. Applied Spectroscopy, 59 10 Monitoring the deterioration of historic textiles: Home Legacy Glasgow News Contact. If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume that you are happy foax receive cookies on the University of Southampton website.
Characterisation of plant fibres by infra-red spectroscopy.
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Textile Conservation Centre, July Peak intensity ratio techniques were employed to differentiate the fibre types on the basis of relative lignin content with respect to other cellular components. RSC Publications; Cambridge, Studies in Conservation48 4 Web design and development by Five Mile.
Crystallinity and degradation of silk: Collecting, Interpreting and Conserving Modern Materials. The HMS Victory fore-topsail. University of Garwide, The Future of the Twentieth Century: Identification of cellulosic fibres by FTIR spectroscopy: It was found that for each of the species of fibre, the ratios fell within characteristic ranges.
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Assessing the risks of radiographing culturally significant textiles. This repository has been built using EPrints softwaredeveloped at graside University of Southampton, but available to everyone to use.
Applied Spectroscopy, 61 5 ; Characterization of historic silk by polarized attenuated total reflectance Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy for informed conservation.
Initially, unprocessed fibres were considered; subsequently, processed fibres from a variety of sources were examined.
Assessing the physical state of historic textiles via NIR spectroscopy. Investigating the significance and characteristics of modern regenerated protein fibres. The impact of detailed research and analysis on the approaches to the conservation of two early 19th Century machine made silk net dresses. Informing Preservation, Display and Interpretation.