quarta-feira, 13 de fevereiro de 2008

Os materiais e as tecnologias históricas

O último número da revista Phase Transitions (volume 81, n.ºs 2-3, 2008) é temático e dedicado a “Phase transformations in ancient materials”. Os editores-convidados deste número são Eric Dooryhee e Philippe Colomban. A revista está aqui.

Neste momento o acesso aos artigos deste número é livre.


  • Eric Dooryhee, Ph. Colomban, Cultural heritage materials: structural and spectroscopic evidence for ancient technologies, pp. 139-144
  • S. Aze, J. M. Vallet, V. Detalle, O. Grauby, A. Baronnet, Chromatic alterations of red lead pigments in artworks: a review, pp. 145-154
  • D. Benedetti, E. Bontempi, R. Pedrazzani, A. Zacco, L. E. Depero, Transformation in calcium carbonate stones: some examples, pp. 155-178
  • E. Chalmin, C. Vignaud, F. Farges, M. Menu, Heating effect on manganese oxihydroxides used as black Palaeolithic pigment, pp. 179-203
  • Tung Ho Chen, A Raman spectroscopic study of heat-treated nephrite, pp. 205-216
  • Michelle Taube, Alexander H. King, W. Thomas Chase, Transformation of ancient Chinese and model two-phase bronze surfaces to smooth adherent patinas, pp. 217-232
  • G. Artioli, I. Angelini, A. Polla, Crystals and phase transitions in protohistoric glass materials, pp. 233-252
  • Claude Mirguet, Peggy Fredrickx, Philippe Sciau, Philippe Colomban, Origin of the self-organisation of Cuº/Agº nanoparticles in ancient lustre pottery. A TEM study, pp. 253-266
  • Josep Roqué, Judit Molera, Gemma Cepriá, Marius Vendrell-Saz, Josefina Pérez-Arantegui, Analytical study of the behaviour of some ingredients used in lustre ceramic decorations following different recipes, pp. 267-282