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Ammonium phosphates to consolidate carbonatic stone mate- rials: an inorganic-mineral treatment greatly promising

@inproceedings{Matteini2013AmmoniumPT,
  title={Ammonium phosphates to consolidate carbonatic stone mate- rials: an inorganic-mineral treatment greatly promising},
  author={M. Matteini and C. Colombo and G. Botticelli and M. Casati and C. Conti and R. Negrotti and T. Poli and E. Possenti and M. Realini},
  year={2013}
}
reasons. There is fi rst an undoubted responsibility of the scientifi c community and of the conservator restorers that have traditionally dealt with the problem without a suffi ciently critical and deep approach, opting in most cases for the easiest and/or more immediate solutions, rather than privileging the more durable and reliable over long time. But there is, also, an objective great diffi culty to fi nd solutions that really meet the delicate task. The complexity lies in different… Expand
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