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Re: Freeze Drying



Hi Duncan,
I am not an expert - but I do know, Austrian National Library uses
freeze-drying for conservating old newspapers (19th century - first
machine made papers). So perhaps you could try to contact them
URL: http://www.oenb.ac.at.

Monika Lehner



On 3 Dec 98, at 9:37, Duncan Campbell wrote:

> Wew just recieved some books that have been freeze dried because of water
> dammage.  My question is what becomes of the water in the books when the
> books are brought back to normal temps?  I assume it doesn't just melt,
> there would be water on the books again.  How is it they get rid of the
> water exactly?
>
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Mag. Dr. Monika Lehner
Bahnstr. 18
A-7210 Mattersburg
Austria
e-mail: monika.lehner@univie.ac.at
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