The influential Investigation and Surface Change by Concentration to the Antimicrobial Agent and Insecticide on Metallic Material

• Journal title : Journal of Conservation Science
• Volume 31, Issue 4,  2015, pp.361-372
• Publisher : The Korean Society Of Conservation Science For Cultural Properties
• DOI : 10.12654/JCS.2015.31.4.04
Title & Authors
The influential Investigation and Surface Change by Concentration to the Antimicrobial Agent and Insecticide on Metallic Material
Lee, Jae Hui; Cho, Nam Chul; Lee, Sang Bae;

Abstract
The experiment attempts to find out the effect of the mixture of the antimicrobial agent and insecticide on metallic material including Silver(99.9%), Copper(99.9%), Lead(99.9%) and Iron(99.5%) by Oddy test. The mixtures of the antimicrobial agent and insecticide were prepared in 60ml; with the standard concentration of 17.5% in B77 Essential oil mixture, one for mixture of concentration of $\small{{\pm}1{\sim}2%}$ and insect repellent material; the other for mixture of low concentration and antimicrobial agent(BS-2 and BS-3) material. After Oddy test, we investigated the variation in the surface of the samples by visual inspection, weighing, color measurement and SEM-EDS analysis. The result showed that Lead had the biggest change in the surface, and Copper had the biggest change in the color. In addition, changes in the samples before and after the experiment were found to be greatest at concentration of 19% of Essential oil mixture of the antimicrobial agent and insecticide. Also, B78 Essential oil mixture produce change in samples. It means when the concentration of oil mixture rises, the variation of the samples gets bigger. And, the low concentration of mixture including B77 Essential oil mixture and B78 Essential oil mixture also produce big change in the samples. However, the low concentration of B77 Essential oil mixture that do not contain B78 Essential oil mixture was able to confirm that the change of the surface is not large.
Keywords
Corrosion;Oddy test;Antimicrobial agent and Insecticide;
Language
Korean
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