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Time-lapse synchrotron X-ray diffraction to monitor conservation coatings for heritage lead in atmospheres polluted with oak-emitted volatile organic compounds

(2014) CORROSION SCIENCE. 82. p.280-289
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We discuss the effectiveness of a lead tetradecanoate coating on lead to protect against harmful volatile organic compounds emitted from oak. The oak volatile organic compounds were characterized by GCMS and the major constituent was found to be acetic acid. Under the test conditions, the coating decreases the rate of corrosion by up to 75% compared to bare lead. The thickness of corrosion products on the sample was also calculated thus demonstrating the power of the time-lapse synchrotron radiation X-ray diffraction technique to deliver a quantitative estimate of the effectiveness of the coating.
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Organic coatings, Atmospheric corrosion, XRD, ACETIC-ACID VAPOR, CORROSION, WOOD, ENVIRONMENTS, INHIBITION, PRESERVATION, EMISSIONS, HUMIDITY, METALS, SODIUM

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Grayburn, Rosie, Mark Dowsett, Michel De Keersmaecker, Eric Westenbrink, James A Covington, James B Crawford, Matthew Hand, et al. 2014. “Time-lapse Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction to Monitor Conservation Coatings for Heritage Lead in Atmospheres Polluted with Oak-emitted Volatile Organic Compounds.” Corrosion Science 82: 280–289.
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Grayburn, R., Dowsett, M., De Keersmaecker, M., Westenbrink, E., Covington, J. A., Crawford, J. B., Hand, M., et al. (2014). Time-lapse synchrotron X-ray diffraction to monitor conservation coatings for heritage lead in atmospheres polluted with oak-emitted volatile organic compounds. CORROSION SCIENCE, 82, 280–289.
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Grayburn R, Dowsett M, De Keersmaecker M, Westenbrink E, Covington JA, Crawford JB, et al. Time-lapse synchrotron X-ray diffraction to monitor conservation coatings for heritage lead in atmospheres polluted with oak-emitted volatile organic compounds. CORROSION SCIENCE. 2014;82:280–9.
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Grayburn, Rosie, Mark Dowsett, Michel De Keersmaecker, et al. “Time-lapse Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction to Monitor Conservation Coatings for Heritage Lead in Atmospheres Polluted with Oak-emitted Volatile Organic Compounds.” CORROSION SCIENCE 82 (2014): 280–289. Print.
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  abstract     = {We discuss the effectiveness of a lead tetradecanoate coating on lead to protect against harmful volatile organic compounds emitted from oak. The oak volatile organic compounds were characterized by GCMS and the major constituent was found to be acetic acid. Under the test conditions, the coating decreases the rate of corrosion by up to 75\% compared to bare lead. The thickness of corrosion products on the sample was also calculated thus demonstrating the power of the time-lapse synchrotron radiation X-ray diffraction technique to deliver a quantitative estimate of the effectiveness of the coating.},
  author       = {Grayburn, Rosie and Dowsett, Mark and De Keersmaecker, Michel and Westenbrink, Eric and Covington, James A and Crawford, James B and Hand, Matthew and Walker, David and Thomas, Pamela A and Banerjee, Dipanjan and Adriaens, Mieke},
  issn         = {0010-938X},
  journal      = {CORROSION SCIENCE},
  keyword      = {Organic coatings,Atmospheric corrosion,XRD,ACETIC-ACID VAPOR,CORROSION,WOOD,ENVIRONMENTS,INHIBITION,PRESERVATION,EMISSIONS,HUMIDITY,METALS,SODIUM},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {280--289},
  title        = {Time-lapse synchrotron X-ray diffraction to monitor conservation coatings for heritage lead in atmospheres polluted with oak-emitted volatile organic compounds},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.corsci.2014.01.027},
  volume       = {82},
  year         = {2014},
}

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