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Layered double hydroxide and zirconium phosphate as ion exchangers for the removal of ‘black crusts’ from the surface of ancient monuments

The chloride form of MgAl layered double hydroxide (hereafter MgAlCl) as an anion exchanger and the semisodic form of α-zirconium phosphate (hereafter ZrPNaH) as a cation exchanger are proposed as new cleaning agents for the removal of gypsum from ancient monuments. The ability of these exchangers to capture the ca

Authors:   E. Boccalon; M. Nocchetti; M. Pica; A. Romani; M. Casciola
Journal:   Dalton Transactions
DOI:   10.1039/C7DT03957C
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