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제107회 대한화학회 학술발표회, 총회 및 기기전시회 안내 A Study of the Chemical Composition of Korean Traditional Ceramics : Celadon and Koryo Whiteware

2011년 2월 12일 12시 25분 02초
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Chemistry for Conservation of Cultural Properties
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안상두, 고경신
중앙대학교 화학과, Korea
Scientific studies of traditional Korean shards commenced in the United States and Germany in the 1980s, and studies within Korea began in the 1990s. From analysis of a large systematically collected dataset, the composition of porcelain produced during the Koryŏ dynasty, including 21 celadon and 10 whiteware groups,was characterized and compared with that of Chinese ceramics. The average composition of the body and glaze of several shards (usually three to five) from each group was determined, enabling comparisons between groups. The results show that the majority of groups were derived from mica-quartz porcelain stone, which was commonly used in Yuezhou, Jingdezhen, and other southern Chinese kilns. The composition of glazes includes clay and flux components; the latter were typically wood ash and limestone, initially as burnt but later as crushed forms. The earliest of the Kangjin glazes contained substantially less titanium oxide than did the Yuezhou glazes, which were typically formulated from body material and wood ash. The present study provides a comparative framework for the growing number of analytical investigations associated with excavations occurring in Korea.