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Fig. 3 | Heritage Science

Fig. 3

From: Micro differential scanning calorimetry and micro hot table method for quantifying deterioration of historical leather

Fig. 3

ac Deconvolution of DSC denaturation multi-component peaks for some of the investigated historical leather objects illustrating the distribution of collagen populations with distinct thermal stability and their allocation to the leather-like (L), parchment-like (P) and gelatine-like (G) intervals (see text). d Denaturation endotherms characterised by a main peak indicating the prevalence of one collagen population

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