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Multivariate analyses of soluble salts responsible for pathologies in granites of the roman aquecuct of Segovia, Spain.

AutorIñigo, Adolfo C. ; García-Talegón, Jacinta; Vicente Tavera, Santiago ; Casado-Marín, Soledad; Martín-González, Sara
Palabras claveGranite
Pathologies
Salt crystallization
Crust
Efflorescence
Disaggregation
Canonical Biplot
Fecha de publicación2017
EditorUniversity of Iasi Alexandru Ioan Cuza
CitaciónInternational Journal of Conservation Science 8(1): 59-66(2017)
ResumenThe aim of this work is to characterize the main pathologies caused by salt crystallization in granitic monuments (crusts, salt efflorescence, disaggregation and disaggregation with salt efflorescence). Water soluble ions were determined quantitatively. Using the Canonical Biplot multivariate method it was determined that: a) there is a relationship between the content of water soluble salts and the different identified pathologies; b) sulphate and NO3 -, Cl-, Ca2+, Mg2+, K+ and Na+ ions are the major components of salt efflorescence; c) carbonate is a major component of the crust; and d) the disaggregated granites, with or without salt efflorescence, have a low proportion of soluble salts but no predominant ion composition.
Descripción8 páginas, 2 figuras, 3 tablas
Versión del editorhttp://www.ijcs.uaic.ro/public/IJCS-17-07_Inigo.pdf
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/148352
ISSN2067-533X
E-ISSN2067-8223
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