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Aerobiological monitoring of the “Sistine Chapel”: airborne bacteria and microfungi trends Three sampling campaigns were carried out in the Chapel on the following dates: November 1997 and 27 February 1998. During each sampling operation the following IGRIST psychrometer (Model IGN/B). The air speed was recorded with the Terman anemometer without flow direction connector. The carbon dioxide concentration in the air was measured with the BABUK/M multisampler and the BSO 103  [ Read More ]

Aerobiological monitoring of the “Sistine Chapel”: airborne bacteria and microfungi trends The Sistine Chapel is undoubtedly one of the world’s most famous halls on account of the frescoes that accentuate it, expecially the art works of Michelangelo. Sistine Chapel actions 40.5 × 13.2 m at the basis and surges to a height of 20.7 m. The passing centuries have seen numerous restoration interventions, many of them deleterious, with consequent stratification of materials, some of an organic nature, that have often ruined the frescoes  [ Read More ]

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