Synchrotron X-ray diffraction investigations were performed to study the reactivity of a nanolime produced by an innovative method based on an ion exchange process, both in aqueous and in alcoholic suspensions. Moreover, for the first time, the nanolime reactivity was investigated both on laboratory glass slides and directly on artistic relevant stones, the biocalcarenite of Agrigento. The results showed that only aqueous suspension exhibits a complete conversion into calcite. The transformation is favoured on porous stone surface, allowing the nanolime suspension to be absorbed and dispersed, increasing the CO2 diffusion.

Synchrotron investigations of the nanolime reactivity on biocalcarenite stone surfaces

Daniele V.
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Arrizza L.;Taglieri G.
2020

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Synchrotron X-ray diffraction investigations were performed to study the reactivity of a nanolime produced by an innovative method based on an ion exchange process, both in aqueous and in alcoholic suspensions. Moreover, for the first time, the nanolime reactivity was investigated both on laboratory glass slides and directly on artistic relevant stones, the biocalcarenite of Agrigento. The results showed that only aqueous suspension exhibits a complete conversion into calcite. The transformation is favoured on porous stone surface, allowing the nanolime suspension to be absorbed and dispersed, increasing the CO2 diffusion.
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