Stabilization treatment of cultural heritage artefacts : In situ monitoring of marine iron objects dechlorinated in alkali solution

Abstract : The preservation of archaeological iron artefacts necessitates stabilization treatments. For this study, such treatments were applied, in aerated and deaerated NaOH solutions, to Roman iron bars excavated from a marine site in order to understand the evolution of corrosion layers composed of ferrous hydroxychloride β-Fe2(OH)3Cl. Their transformation was monitored in situ by micro-diffraction under synchrotron radiation and characterized ex situ using multi-scale complementary analytical tools. The formation of transient phases such as ferrous hydroxide Fe(OH)2 was identified in both media and chlorinated green rust GR(Cl−) occurred in aerated solutions, showing the influence of dissolved oxygen on the transformation processes.
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F. Kergourlay, S. Reguer, D. Neff, E. Foy, F. Picca, et al.. Stabilization treatment of cultural heritage artefacts : In situ monitoring of marine iron objects dechlorinated in alkali solution. Corrosion Science, Elsevier, 2017, 132, pp.21-34. 〈https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010938X17304080〉. 〈10.1016/j.corsci.2017.12.028〉. 〈cea-01672808〉

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