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Organically modified ceramic, also known as ORMOCER (ORganically MOdified CERamic) is a type of coating used in the conservation of metals. ORMOCER was originally developed by the Fraunhofer Society for the Advancement of Applied Research in Munich. While it is still in research phase, ORMOCER is essentially a heteropolysiloxane based clear-coat.
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 Further reading
1.Mottner,P;Pilz,M. Ormocer(R)e - Eine Neue Verbindungsklasse zur Konservierung von Bronzeoberflaechen an Denkmaelern,in book Bronze und Galvanoplastik -Geschichte - Materialanalyse - Restaurierung,Dresden 2001.
2.Roemich,H.Pilz,M. Method of producing a corrosion-protective coating on articles of or containing bronze,1998.,USPT 5,756,158