Raman spectroscopy in archaeology and art history highlights the important contributions raman spectroscopy makes as a non destructive method for characterising the chemical composition and structure and in determining the provenance and authenticity of objects of archaeological and historical importance. Ten years after the first volume this book highlights the important contribution raman spectroscopy makes as a non destructive method for characterising the chemical composition of objects with archaeological and historical importance the original book was ground breaking in its concept but the past ten years have seen some advancement into new areas consolidation of some of the older ones . Contents analytical raman spectroscopy of inks raman spectroscopic analysis of romano british wall paintings a comparison between geographically different sites at the northern fringe of the roman empire evidence of pentimenti for the authentication of paintings a challenge for analytical science at the interface with art history dancing on eggshells a holistic analytical study of a . Raman spectroscopy in archaeology and art history rsc rsc analytical spectroscopy series 1st edition by howell edwards editor john m chalmers editor neil w barnett series editor danilo bersani contributor paul s middleton contributor d thickett contributor claude coupry contributor steven e j bell contributor dalva de . Title raman spectroscopy in archaeology and art history rsc rsc analytical spectroscopy series author wikictsnetorg marie schmidt 2021 01 12 08 32 06
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