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Inert Gases in the Control of Museum Insect Pests By Charles Selwitz

Inert Gases in the Control of Museum Insect Pests
by Charles Selwitz

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This work details the use of inert gases in the control of museum insect pests. Successful insect eradication procedures using a process known as anoxia are described, and instructions for building and upgrading treatment systems are included.
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Inert Gases in the Control of Museum Insect Pests by Charles Selwitz

This book describes successful insect eradication procedures developed at the Getty Conservation Institute and elsewhere, whereby objects are held in an atmosphere of either nitrogen or argon containing less than 1000 ppm of oxygen--a process know as anoxia--or in an atmosphere of more than 60 percent carbon dioxide. The book describes in detail the techniques, materials, and operating parameters of these procedures as well as recent case histories.

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GOR010174417
Inert Gases in the Control of Museum Insect Pests by Charles Selwitz
Charles Selwitz
Research in Conservation
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Getty Trust Publications
1998-08-31
150
0892365021
9780892365029
N/A
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