Study Project Assessment on the rate of effectiveness of pollutants scavengers on hydrogen sulphide

As Hydrogen Sulphide is a commonly known pollutant to museums with silver collections, the effects and degradation of it to silver is widely studied.

A preventive conservation study project undertaken by Objects conservator, Swee Mun aims to ascertain the effectiveness of self-made sorbent hydrogen sulphide scavenger along with other commercially available scavengers.

Get to understand more about the effectiveness of selected pollutant scavengers that could exhaust this pollutant which reduce the rate of tarnishing on silver. Investigations were based on 4 most possible environments a silver object could be exposed to and findings from the experiments were concluded.

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Publishers
Heritage Conservation Centre
Publication type
Research Papers, Projects and Case Studies
Published Year
2010