Doctor in Chemistry from the Autonoma University of Madrid (Spain), she has focused her research on the corrosion and conservation of inorganic materials from cultural heritage, especially on glass and metal. Currently, she is working on the alteration of stained-glass windows in different atmospheres (industrial, marine, etc…), the corrosion of glasses from archaeological sites, the application of thermography for the conservation of historical glasses, and the assessment of cleaning procedures on tarnished metal.

  • • Palomar, T., Chabas, A., Bastidas, D.M., de la Fuente, D. and Verney-Carron, A., 2017. Effect of marine aerosols on the alteration of silicate glasses. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids471, pp.328-337.
  • Palomar, T., 2017. Effect of soil pH on the degradation of silicate glasses. International Journal of Applied Glass Science8(2), pp.177-187.
  • Palomar, T. and Llorente, I., 2016. Decay processes of silicate glasses in river and marine aquatic environments. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids449, pp.20-28.
  • Palomar, T., Barat, B.R., García, E. and Cano, E., 2016. A comparative study of cleaning methods for tarnished silver. Journal of cultural heritage17, pp.20-26.
  • Palomar, T., Oujja, M., Llorente, I., Barat, B.R., Cañamares, M.V., Cano, E. and Castillejo, M., 2016. Evaluation of laser cleaning for the restoration of tarnished silver artifacts. Applied surface science387, pp.118-127.