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evaluation of the Bookkeeper mass deacidification process
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||Sally Buchanan ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Buchanan, Sally, Library of Congress. Preservation Directorate|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
Steps In The Bookkeeping Process. When starting in business it is good to have a bit of an idea about bookkeeping. Although you most likely will hire someone to either keep the books for you inside or outside the office, it is still important to have an overall idea about the steps taken in this process as well as an overall idea as to what is being done. The Koppers process (later to be known as Bookkeeper), was licensed by Richard Spatz, a retired Koppers executive. When three large corporations failed to meet the Library of Congress’ specifications, they approached Mr. Spatz, and arranged to have a small test using the chemistry developed by .
What is the Bookkeeper Deacidification Process? The Bookkeeper process preserves and protects all forms of paper based materials. It deposits a safe, non-toxic alkaline buffer into the structure of the paper. This buffer material neutralizes acids that can rapidly weaken the paper and cause it to become brittle. examining mass deacidification processes. Mass deacidification is one of a range of strategies library directors must consider to address a problem that affects, by one estimate, 80 million books in North American research libraries.' Surveys confirm that books printed on acidic paper. deteriorate over time.
Pauk S () Bookkeeper mass deacidification process—some effects on twentieth-century library material. Abbey Newsl –53 Google Scholar Persson H, Turk M, Nyman M et al. () Binding of Cu 2+, Zn 2+, and Cd 2+ to Inositol Tri-, Tetra-, Penta--, and : Piero Baglioni, David Chelazzi, Rodorico Giorgi. Deacidification and storage at 20°C ± Deacidification and storage at 15°C 7 ± 3 Deacidification and storage at 5 °C 30 ± 17 Figure 1. Extrapolation of ln(k)k to 20 °C: ageing of paper P7, either untreated (untr) or deacidified using Bookkeeper (BK) in air at seven temperatures in .
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AN EVALUATION OF THE BOOKKEEPER. MASS DEACIDIFICATION PROCESS. Technical Evaluation Team Report. For the Preservation Directorate, Library of Congress. Pittsburgh, PA. Septem Technical Evaluation Team: Sally Buchanan, M.L.S.
Chairperson. Associate Professor for Preservation. School of Library and Information Science. Mass deacidification is a term used in library and information science for one possible measure against the degradation of paper in old books, the so-called "slow fires".The goal of the process is to increase the pH of acidic paper on a large scale.
Although acid-free paper has become more common, a large body of acidic paper still exists in books made after the s because of its cheaper. The company is providing book preservation services to the Library using the firm's Bookkeeper mass deacidification process. The fifth contract was awarded in January By the end of fiscal yearthe Library had extended the useful life of million volumes and over 10 million sheets of manuscript materials from the national collections.
1 Anne Liénardy, "Evaluation of Seven Mass Deacidification Treatments," Restaurator2 Library of Congress, Test and Evaluation of the Bookkeeper Deacidification Process in Support of the Library of Congress' Research and Development Efforts for a Mass Deacidification Process.
Contracts and Logistic Service, The Bookkeeper deacidification process is assessed by a paper conservator. The treatment is impressive for the minimal preselection of materials, improvement in general cleanliness of the books, lack of observable color changes in all book components, lack of discernible odor, and absence of physical distortion of the book block.
Hon, David N.S. "Critical Evaluation of Mass Deacidification Process for Book Preservation" in Historic Textile and Paper Materials II. [Rec'd. 2/22/89] [Rec'd. 2/22/89] This article contains a concise review of the history of acid papers and early attempts to use non-aqueous deacidificants to arrest paper by: 6.
Mass deacidification. An update of possibilities and limitations. Wei T'o and Sable. URL accessed October 5, ^ "Wei T'o Index - Cover Page". Retrieved ^ a b c Library of Congress. An evaluation of the BookKeeper mass deacidification process: Technical evaluation team report URL accessed Septem ^ Cedzova, M.
An evaluation of the Bookkeeper mass deacidification process: technical Evaluation Team report for the Preservation Directorate, Library of Congress. In: An evaluation of the bookkeeper mass deacidification process.
Technical Evaluation Team Report, For the Preservation Directorate, Library of Congress, Pittsburgh, PA Whitmore PM, Bogaard J () Determination of the cellulose scission route in Cited by: 2. Critical evaluation of approaches toward mass deacidification of paper by dispersed particles.
Article Whitmore PM () Evaluation of the bookkeeper : Antje Potthast. The decision to explore the efficacy of the Bookkeeper spray system was supported by encouraging results in the Bookkeeper Mass Deacidification System research 1.
The goals were to clarify the extent of benefits and risks associated with Bookkeeper and to develop a protocol for selection, testing and treatment of rare and special collection. An evaluation o f the Bookkeeper mass deacidification process, Library of Congress, Pittsburgh, USA, Ďurovič, M Zaverečná správa grantového úkolu „Hromadné odkyslovanií.
Mass deacidification is a term used in Library and Information Science for one possible measure against the degradation of paper in old books (the so-called "slow fires"). The goal of the process is to increase the pH of acidic paper on a large scale. Although acid-free paper has become more common, a large body of acidic paper still exists in books made after the s because of its cheaper.
An evaluation of the BookKeeper mass deacidification process: Technical evaluation team report URL accessed Septem ^ Cedzova, M. et al. Patents for Paper Deacidification. Restaurator: International Journal for the Preservation of Library and Archival Material,27, ^ Dupont, A.
et al. Testing CSC Book Saver, a. Read "Evaluation of Seven Mass Deacidification Treatments, Restaurator - International Journal for the Preservation of Library and Archival Material" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
An evaluation of the BookKeeper mass deacidification process: Technical evaluation team report URL accessed Septem ↑ Cedzova, M.
et al. Patents for Paper Deacidification. Restaurator: International Journal for the Preservation of Library and Archival Material,27, ↑ Dupont, A. et al. Testing CSC Book Saver, a. Selecting of appropriate books for deacidification is often listed as the first step in a mass deacidification process (Smith ; Scott ; Hon ; Ahn et al.
Books to exclude from such a process would generally include items printed on alkaline paper, coated papers, items so unique and precious that they ought to be individually.
Deacidification Manufacturers represented were: Neschen, the Buckeburg (Germany) automated aqueous method; Preservation Services Bookkeeper process (USA), currently used by the Library of Congress for mass deacidification; Wei T'o non-aqueous method (USA) The Centre for Book Preservation (Germany).
Bookkeeper Performance Evaluation Employee_____ Date of Evaluation_____ Evaluator_____ according to state and federal regulations which includes but is not limited to Federal taxes, state taxes, teacher retirement and the Illinois Municipal Retirement fund.
File Size: KB. solvents, for a review on mass deacidiﬁcation pro-cesses, please refer to Baty et al. () and Blu¨her and Vogelsanger (). While dispersion methods, such as the Bookkeeper process, have dominated the A. Potthast (&) K.
Ahn Christian-Doppler-Laboratory ‘‘Advanced Cellulose Chemistry and Analytics’’, Department of Chemistry. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.A Bibliographical Survey of Mass Deacidification Methods by ANNE LIENARDY 1.
Introduction 2. Description of the Methods not Tested Battelle Institute method Ammonia Morpholine Interleaf German method Graft copolymerization Paper splitting 3.Mass deacidification of acidic books while they are still physically sound and not yet brittle is the most cost-effective corrective action to extend the life of the paper.
There are currently at least five mass deacidification processes available or under development, so Cited by: 6.