By K. Janssens, R. Van Grieken
This booklet presents the medical and technical history fabrics of non-destructive equipment of microscopic research which are compatible for analysing artistic endeavors, museum items and archeaological artefacts. Written by means of specialists within the box, this multi-author quantity includes a variety of case reviews, illustrating the price of those tools. The ebook is suited for typical scientists and analysts trying to bring up their wisdom of a few of the equipment which are at present to be had for non-destructive research. it's also definitely the right source for museum curators, archaeologists and art-historians looking to determine a number of compatible equipment of study which may resolve material-related difficulties.
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For the photographic and electronic recording of invisible object states, filters must be applied between object and recording device since most of the latter are sensitive to unwanted spectral regions, in 26 UV-, IR- and X-ray imaging order to avoid a superposition of the various images. The use of filters in X-ray radiography is a special field, which is also discussed. Filters are passive devices; they can attenuate light resp. radiation wavelength-invariant (neutral-density filters) or wavelength-selective by absorption, interference, or selective scattering.
B14 (1986) 1. E. Ciliberto and G. ), Modern Analytical Methods in Art and Archaeology, Chemical Analysis Series, Vol. 155. Wiley, Chichester, 2000. M. Pollard and C. Heron, Archaeological Chemistry. Royal Society of Chemistry, London, UK, 1996. C. A. ), Radiation in Art and Archaeometry. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2000. R. Van Grieken, K. Janssens, L. Van ’t Dack and G. ), Proceedings of Art 2002: Seventh International Conference on Non-destructive Testing and Microanalysis for the Diagnostics and Conservation of the Cultural and Environmental Heritage, 2–6 June 2002, Congress Centre Elzenveld, Antwerp, Belgium, University of Antwerp (UIA), Antwerp, Belgium, 2002, 780 pp.
A museum or an archaeological site). Thus, most of today’s major museums have at their disposal one or more (trans)portable instruments for high spatial resolution examination of the artefacts in their collection. , is examined. 3 K. Janssens and R. , portable and microscopic X-ray fluorescence analysis (XRF) in the atomic spectrometry literature, fibre-optic IR reflectography in the molecular spectroscopy literature), the flow of information towards the larger field of potential users has been limited because: † the technical literature that pertains to each of the sub-fields from which the techniques have emerged (physics, analytical chemistry, atomic/ molecular spectroscopy) is quite fragmented; † the potential users (archaeologists, art-historians, conservators, architects, museum conservators) are not sufficiently trained in the technical/ scientific aspects to allow them to absorb/monitor the above-mentioned state-of-the-art innovations.