As part of a seminar paper at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart, Beatrice Kraft produced a study entitled "Oddy tests on preserved archaeological wet woods" in 2014.
In relation to the exhibition of conserved and restored objects, the so-called "Oddy Test" has often been used for some time. This is used to test display case and restoration materials for possible corrosion-promoting effects on exhibits made of metal. Preserved archaeological wet woods have not yet been subjected to this test, although wooden objects are often presented together with metal objects.
The investigation was carried out with differently conserved and non-preserved wood samples from the KUR project.
The text of the seminar paper (in german) can be downloaded as a PDF here.