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A Study on the Physical Properties of Seokrok and Noerok Used as Green Pigment
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  • Journal title : Journal of Conservation Science
  • Volume 31, Issue 4,  2015, pp.429-441
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Conservation Science For Cultural Properties
  • DOI : 10.12654/JCS.2015.31.4.10
 Title & Authors
A Study on the Physical Properties of Seokrok and Noerok Used as Green Pigment
Park, Ju Hyun; Jeong, Hye Young; Go, In Hee; Jeong, Sir Lin; Jo, A Hyeon;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to analyse the properties of Seokrok and Noerok that are used for restoration of heritage and arts. Malachite is main constituent mineral for Seokrok and Celadonite is Main component of Noerok. To evaluate the physical properties of pigment, A,B-class Seokrok and heated Seokrok that are sold in market were selected. To compare this results, Noerok sold in Japan were studied. In addition, we studied the pigments of Noerok. The heat treatment had no significant effect on the physical properties, except for the color-difference. The color-difference of Seokrok is larger than that of the Noerok sold in Japan. The values of Seokrok specimens are horizontal distribution, so it will expand the coloring ranges. The properties that are chromaticity, specific gravity and oil-absorption of Noerok are different from Seokrok. Noerok is suggested that achromatic color because the values of located near zero. Specific gravity of Noerok is smaller than Seokrok, but oil-absorption is larger twice. Noerok and Amnok, although ingredients are different, it is possible to use alternative because of similar physical characteristics. The result from this study expects to be used as useful referencing data for conservation and restoration of cultural heritage and understanding phenomena of the properties.
 Keywords
Pigment;Seokrok;Noerok;Chromaticity;Specific gravity;Oil-absorption;
 Language
Korean
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