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Experimental study on Light and Gas Pollution Resistance of Commercial Natural Pigments for Dancheong - Focucing on Korea, Japan and China Products -
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  • Journal title : Journal of Conservation Science
  • Volume 31, Issue 4,  2015, pp.443-455
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Conservation Science For Cultural Properties
  • DOI : 10.12654/JCS.2015.31.4.11
 Title & Authors
Experimental study on Light and Gas Pollution Resistance of Commercial Natural Pigments for Dancheong - Focucing on Korea, Japan and China Products -
Lee, Kyeong Min; Kim, Soon Kwan; Bae, Su Bin; Kim, Mi Jeong;
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 Abstract
To verifying the stability of Natural pigments for Dancheong which is available on the market was carried out as light resistance and gas corrosion test. In this particular case, we will confirm the characteristics of the only pigments except of Dancheong technique and influence of substance. Medium using for coloring are animal glue and synthetic resin that widely used for Dancheong in currently. Selected to artificial light source is a xenon arc lamp, contaminated gas is nitrogen dioxide gas in experiment. Degree of degradation of pigment were compared by measuring the degree of color change. The result of light resistance test, mineral pigments were good; color is green and blue type, soil pigments also good; color is yellow ocher, white clay, red clay etc. Gamboge, unghwang, cinnabar, red lead were confirmed not good. The result of gas corrosion test, most of the natural pigments were good condition except the red lead. Generally, animal glue samples had better than a synthetic resin samples.
 Keywords
Dancheong;Natural pigment;Light resistance;Gas pollution resistance;Artificial degradation;
 Language
Korean
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