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close this bookVacuum Freeze-Drying, a Method Used to Salvage Water-Damaged Archival and Library Materials: A RAMP Study with Guidelines (UNESCO, 1987)
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View the document6. Vacuum freeze-drying vs vacuum-drying
Open this folder and view contents7. freeze-drying is not a new process
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Open this folder and view contents9. The use of vacuum chambers for recovery of water-damaged archival and library materials
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