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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
A name given to a mixture of synthetic resins used for stone consolidation. A Bologna cocktail is prepared with 10 parts [[DriFilm 104]] (70% solution in organic solvents) with 10 parts [[Paraloid%C2%AE%20B-72|Paraloid® B-72]] (30% solution in xylene/toluene).
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A name given to a mixture of synthetic resins used for stone consolidation. A Bologna cocktail is prepared with 10 parts [[DriFilm 104]] (70% solution in organic solvents) with 10 parts [[Paraloid B-72|Paraloid® B-72]] (30% solution in xylene/toluene).
  
== Additional Information ==
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== Resources and Citaitons ==
  
A.Charola, A. Tucci, R. Koestler, "On The Reversibility of Treatments with Acrylic/Silicone resin Mixtures", ''JAIC'' 25:83-92 1986.
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* A.Charola, A. Tucci, R. Koestler, "On The Reversibility of Treatments with Acrylic/Silicone resin Mixtures", ''JAIC'' 25:83-92 1986.
  
== Sources Checked for Data in Record ==
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* George Wheeler paper at  www.b72.com/objects/stone/consolidants.html (accessed Aug. 1998)
 
 
* Website address 1  Comment: George Wheeler paper at  www.b72.com/objects/stone/consolidants.html (accessed Aug. 1998)
 
  
  
  
 
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[[Category:Materials database]]

Latest revision as of 12:56, 7 August 2020

Description

A name given to a mixture of synthetic resins used for stone consolidation. A Bologna cocktail is prepared with 10 parts DriFilm 104 (70% solution in organic solvents) with 10 parts Paraloid® B-72 (30% solution in xylene/toluene).

Resources and Citaitons

  • A.Charola, A. Tucci, R. Koestler, "On The Reversibility of Treatments with Acrylic/Silicone resin Mixtures", JAIC 25:83-92 1986.
  • George Wheeler paper at www.b72.com/objects/stone/consolidants.html (accessed Aug. 1998)

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