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Electrolysis in the conservation of large artefacts: the M33 and the 'Cutty Sark'

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Electrolysis in the conservation of large artefacts : the M33 and the 'Cutty Sark'. / Campbell, S. A.; Beech, Iwona B.; Gillard, S. P.; Barker, B. D.; Lawton, P.

Heritage microbiology and science: microbes, monuments and maritime materials. ed. / Eric May; M. Jones; Julian Mitchell. 315. ed. Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008. p. 257-278 (RSC Special Publication; No. 315).

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Harvard

Campbell, SA, Beech, IB, Gillard, SP, Barker, BD & Lawton, P 2008, Electrolysis in the conservation of large artefacts: the M33 and the 'Cutty Sark'. in E May, M Jones & J Mitchell (eds), Heritage microbiology and science: microbes, monuments and maritime materials. 315 edn, RSC Special Publication, no. 315, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, pp. 257-278. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781847558633-00257

APA

Campbell, S. A., Beech, I. B., Gillard, S. P., Barker, B. D., & Lawton, P. (2008). Electrolysis in the conservation of large artefacts: the M33 and the 'Cutty Sark'. In E. May, M. Jones, & J. Mitchell (Eds.), Heritage microbiology and science: microbes, monuments and maritime materials (315 ed., pp. 257-278). (RSC Special Publication; No. 315). Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781847558633-00257

Vancouver

Campbell SA, Beech IB, Gillard SP, Barker BD, Lawton P. Electrolysis in the conservation of large artefacts: the M33 and the 'Cutty Sark'. In May E, Jones M, Mitchell J, editors, Heritage microbiology and science: microbes, monuments and maritime materials. 315 ed. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry. 2008. p. 257-278. (RSC Special Publication; 315). https://doi.org/10.1039/9781847558633-00257

Author

Campbell, S. A. ; Beech, Iwona B. ; Gillard, S. P. ; Barker, B. D. ; Lawton, P. / Electrolysis in the conservation of large artefacts : the M33 and the 'Cutty Sark'. Heritage microbiology and science: microbes, monuments and maritime materials. editor / Eric May ; M. Jones ; Julian Mitchell. 315. ed. Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008. pp. 257-278 (RSC Special Publication; 315).

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