The use of analytical methods in studies concerning works of art and archaeological artifacts provides essential information on the materials they are made from, including their composition, age, and methods used in their production. This book explains how to use analytical methods to obtain such information.
"Scientists...explain how analytical methods are being used to study works of art and archaeological artifacts...they discuss basic principles, procedures, and applications." (Reference & Research Book News, November 2001)
Analytical Methods in Art and Archaeology (E. Ciliberto).
Elemental Analysis (R. Hancock).
Atomic Spectroscopy and Spectrometry (S. Young & A. Pollard).
X-Ray Fluorescence (L. Moens, et al.).
Neutron Activation Analysis for Provenance Determination in Archaeology (H. Neff).
Particle-Induced X-Ray Emission (J.-C. Dran, et al.).
Molecular and Structural Analysis (G. Spoto).
Biomolecular Analysis by Organic Mass Spectrometry (R. Evershed).
Biomolecular Methods (R. Cano).
Raman Spectroscopy (F. Cariati & S. Bruni).
Thermal Analysis (M. Odlyha).
UV-VIS-NIR, FT-IR, AND FORS Spectroscopies (M. Bacci).
X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Auger Electron Spectroscopy in Art An Archaeology (G. Spoto & E. Ciliberto).
Electron Microscopy and its Application to the Study of Archaeological Materials and Art Preservation (M. Jose-Yacaman & J. Ascencio).
Isotope Analysis, Dating, and Provenance Methods (G. Wagner).
Radiocarbon Dating (R. Hedges).
Lead Isotope Analyses Applied to Provenance Studies (N. Gale & Z. Stos-Gale).
Luminescence Dating (S. Troja & R. Roberts).
Electron Spin Resonance Dating (R. Grun).
Data Handling and Statistical Analysis (M. Baxter & C. Buck).
Series: Chemical Analysis: A Series of Monographs on Analytical Chemistry and Its A
Number Of Pages: 784
Published: 26th June 2000
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.15 x 16.0
Weight (kg): 1.15
Edition Number: 1