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Journal articleScottish window glass from both archaeological sites and historic buildings was examined using portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF) and scanning electron microscopy – energy-dispersive X-ray micro-analysis (SEM–EDX). The elemental composition of the glass provides information regarding the materials used and, subsequently, an approximate range of dates of manufacture. pXRF is shown...
Kennedy, Craig J ; Murdoch, K. R. ; Kirk, S
Journal articleHistoric buildings constructed with lime plasters often require repairs and re-plastering of areas as part of a maintenance and conservation regime. Hair is commercially available for use in lime plaster and mortar, as it is still used today to provide additional strength and crack resistance to fresh plaster. In this...
Kennedy, Craig J ; Revie, William A ; Troalen, Lore ; Wade, Matthew ; Wess, Tim J