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Development of Natural Dyed Korean Traditional Paper for Cultural Properties Conservation and Storage (Part 1) - Manufacture and Aging Properties of Natural Dyed Hanji -
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Development of Natural Dyed Korean Traditional Paper for Cultural Properties Conservation and Storage (Part 1) - Manufacture and Aging Properties of Natural Dyed Hanji -
Lee, Sang-Hyun; Yoo, Seung-Il; Choi, Tae-Ho;
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 Abstract
We manufactured natural dyed Korean traditional paper (Hanji) for cultural properties conservation and storage with goldthread (Coptis chinensis) and silver nitrate (). Goldthread and silver nitrate are known to be an excellent antimicrobial activity. The effect of content of goldthread and silver nitrate on properties of dyed Hanji was investigated. Color strength of dyed Hanji decreased with increasing content of silver nitrate. After-mordanting with 3% silver nitrate improved lightfastness of dyed Hanji. Tannic acid treatment increased K/S value of dyed Hanji. As the amount of the increase in goldthread content was reduced silver nitrate content. Sim-mordanting method was used for simplifying manufacture process. Silver nitrate sim-mordanting method increased K/S value of goldthread than after-mordanting method.
 Keywords
Hanji;traditional Korean hand-made paper;natural dye;high performance paper;conservation and storage;cultural properties;
 Language
Korean
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