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KAĞITLARIN DOĞAL YAŞLANMASINA BAĞLI ÖNEMLİ DEGRADASYON REAKSİYONLARI

ESSENTIAL DEGRADATION REACTIONS DEPENDING ON THE NATURAL AGING OF PAPER

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One of the most important problem of many libraries and archives in the world is the fact that extremely high volume of valuable national collections and important documents and artifacts are suffering from aging. The life span of such materials directly depends on the extent to which the paper as carrier medium resists to ageing. Thus, it is vital to understand the mechanisms taking place during aging and the factors affecting them in order to protect such objects in libraries and archives. Therefore, in this study, chemical mechanisms of aging were reviewed.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Dünyadaki birçok kütüphane ve arşivin en temel problemi ellerinde tuttukları son derece değerli ve çok miktardaki kitap, tarihi döküman ve sanat eserlerinin eskimesi ve yok olmayla karşı karşıya kalmalarıdır. Kağıt üzerine işlenmiş olan bu değerli kültür varlıklarının kullanım süreleri, üzerinde bulundukları kağıdın zamana karşı göstereceği savaşla direk olarak bağlantılıdır. O nedenle kağıtın eskimesi sırasında meydana gelen mekanizmaları sebepleri ile birlikte tam olarak öğrenmek bu değerli ürünlerin daha uzun süre korunabilmeleri açısından hayati önem taşır. Bunun için bu çalışmada kağıt degradasyonu, sebepleri ve önemli degradasyon mekanizmaları genel olarak değerlendirilmiştir.

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