Neva Maria Elisabetta StucchiUniversità Ca' Foscari Venezia | UNIVE · Department of Molecular Science and Nanosystems
Neva Maria Elisabetta Stucchi
Study of mosaic systems and development of protective agents for their conservation.
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November 2021 - present
- PhD Student
- My PhD research is aimed to the study of mosaics systems in order to develop a compatible compounds for their conservation. The research is hosted by Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia sited at the Center for Cultural Heritage (CCHT@Ca’ Foscari).
Nanosilica-based consolidants are promising nano- structured strengthening agents mainly used for consolidation of mortars and cements. Due to their specific physical-chemical characteristics and sizes, theoretically, silica nanoparticles (SNP) improve the penetration depth of the product, promote water repellency of the treated surfaces and increa...
Nanosilica-based consolidants are promising nanostructured strengthening agents mainly used for consolidation of mortar and cements. Their use shows some positive aspects that encourage their application in stone consolidation field. Several preliminary studies underline that the nanosilica particles increase the reactivity and the penetration dept...