deacidification


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de·a·cid·i·fi·ca·tion

(dē'a-sid'i-fi-kā'shŭn),
Removal or neutralization of acid.

deacidification

(dē″ă-sĭd″ĭ-fĭ-kā′shŭn) [″ + acidus, sour, + facere, to make]
Neutralization of acidity.
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Those items printed on pliable papers remain candidates for less costly preventative preservation treatments such as mass deacidification.
Sufficient decarboxylase activity to account for daytime deacidification.
The DEZ process also needs testing to compare it with alternative deacidification techniques, OTA says.
Tenders are invited for Deacidification of archival material in the block process (partly including preparatory dry
Of these, three that are worthy of note are the development of mechanical paper splitting, computers-assisted leaf-casting, and mass deacidification.
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Nevertheless, MLF is useful--not necessarily for its deacidification function, but for its impact on the sensory composition of wines.
In the meantime, original estimates of the rate of acidic paper deterioration have been questioned, and experiments have begun with such alternatives to microfilming as mass deacidification.
Battin also is promoting a program of mass deacidification, a project which the Library of Congress is pioneering that will have to be expanded for other libraries].
Contract award notice: framework agreement for the mass deacidification of archival documents for the federal archive.
Wine deacidification with calcium carbonate or specific vineyard soil and rootstock effects can result in high calcium levels in must and wine.