Effect of SO2 Dry Deposition on Porous Dolomitic Limestones
AbstractThe present study is concerned with the assessment of the relative resistance of a monumental dolomitic limestone (Laspra – Spain) used as building material in stone monuments and submitted to artificial ageing by SO2 dry deposition in the presence of humidity. To investigate the protection efficiency of different polymeric coatings, three commercially available siloxane-based oligomers (Lotexan-N, Silres BS 290 and Tegosivin HL 100) and a newly synthesized hybrid nanocomposite with silsesquioxane units (TMSPMA) were used. A comparative assessment of the data obtained in this study underlines that a better limestone protection was obtained when treated with the hybrid nanocomposite with silsesquioxane units. View Full-Text
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Olaru, M.; Aflori, M.; Simionescu, B.; Doroftei, F.; Stratulat, L. Effect of SO2 Dry Deposition on Porous Dolomitic Limestones. Materials 2010, 3, 216-231.
Olaru M, Aflori M, Simionescu B, Doroftei F, Stratulat L. Effect of SO2 Dry Deposition on Porous Dolomitic Limestones. Materials. 2010; 3(1):216-231.Chicago/Turabian Style
Olaru, Mihaela; Aflori, Magdalena; Simionescu, Bogdana; Doroftei, Florica; Stratulat, Lacramioara. 2010. "Effect of SO2 Dry Deposition on Porous Dolomitic Limestones." Materials 3, no. 1: 216-231.