Unstable historic glass: symptoms, causes, mechanisms and conservation

@inproceedings{KunickiGoldfinger2008UnstableHG,
  title={Unstable historic glass: symptoms, causes, mechanisms and conservation},
  author={Jerzy J. Kunicki-Goldfinger},
  year={2008}
}
A significant proportion of glass objects in museum collections are known to be actively deteriorating, irrespective of the storage or display conditions. Various terms have been used to describe the effect including sick glass, glass disease, glass illness, crizzling and weeping. The symptoms reflect the chemical instability of certain types of glass as a consequence of their manufacturing technology, such as over-purification of raw materials or poor batch formulation. A review of the… CONTINUE READING

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