The Adhesive Strength of Whiting-wax-resin Cements

@article{Jones1959TheAS,
  title={The Adhesive Strength of Whiting-wax-resin Cements},
  author={S. Rees Jones and P. F. J. M. Hermesdorf},
  journal={Studies in Conservation},
  year={1959},
  volume={4},
  pages={5-12}
}
BEESWAX, a material of great stability, is an important protective and adhesive material which is being used extensively in the conservation of works of art. It is usually combined with various substances into mixtures with improved qualities and better suited to particular requirements, such as relining, transfer, and gap-filling. At least two investigations [I] have been devoted to the properties and possibilities of beeswax, whether alone or in mixtures with strengthening and plasticizing… 
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