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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Library staff additional information. Probing the microstructure of protein and polyamide fibres. Assessing the risks of radiographing culturally significant textiles.
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Initially, unprocessed fibres were considered; subsequently, processed fibres from a variety of sources were examined. Characterisation of plant fibres by infra-red spectroscopy.
Assessing the physical state of historic textiles via NIR spectroscopy. Six species of fibre were examined, taken largely from the bast group flax, hemp, jute and ramiealong with cotton and sisal.
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Studies in Conservation48 4 This repository has been built using EPrints softwaredeveloped at the University of Southampton, but available to everyone to use. Textile Conservation Centre, July If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume that you are happy to receive cookies on the University of Southampton website. Studies in Conservation, 48, Assessing the physical state of the fore-topsail of the HMS Victory.
Applied Physics A89, Characterization of silk deterioration. Lecce ItalyMay Our research has concentrated on the development of an ATR FT-IR spectroscopic technique for the characterisation flad cellulosic plant fibres. Applied Spectroscopy, 61 5 ; The HMS Victory fore-topsail. Investigating the significance and characteristics of modern regenerated protein fibres.
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University of Lecce, The use of near infrared spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool for historic silk artefacts. The influence of metal weighting on the stability of silk.
Assessing near infrared and terahertz spectroscopy for the characterisation of organic heritage artefacts. The use of polarised spectroscopy as a tool for examining the microstructure of cellulosic textile fibres.
The Future of the Twentieth Century: Instrumental analysis of metal threads as an aid for interpretation and preservation of a 15th century tapestry altar frontal and super frontal. Download statistics Downloads from wyetn over the past year. Crystallinity and degradation of silk: