Laser Cleaning in Conservation: An Introduction
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1998 - Art - 98 pages
'Laser Cleaning in Conservation' is the first book to be written on this subject.
Development of the laser as a practical tool has been a significant advance in the refinement of conservation techniques. It is only over the past five years that conservators have begun to realise the full potential of laser technology. The extremely selective cleaning offered by lasers results in very high quality work while minimising any damage caused.
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Basic principles of a laser
Removal of surface layers by laser radia
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