terça-feira, 20 de outubro de 2009

Estudo dos materiais constituintes de obras do património cultural através de métodos físicos e químicos

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Liz Karen Herrera Quintero, Physico-Chemical Research of Cultural Heritage Materials Using Microanalytical Methods, Sevilla, Universidad de Sevilla, 2009.


  • Studies and Research of Paintings
    • Advanced Combined Application of µ-X-ray Diffraction/µ-X-ray Fluorescence with Conventional Techniques for the Identification of Pictorial Materials from Baroque Andalusia Paintings
    • Characterisation of iron oxide-based pigments by micro X-Ray diffraction
    • Synchrotron-based X-ray experiments used for the study of an iron oxide micrometric pigment in 18th century paintings
    • Characterisation of azurite and malachite pigments by combined application of µ-X-ray diffraction/µ-X-ray fluorescence in cross section from Spanish Baroque paintings
  • Studies on Ancient Mirrors
    • Hg/Sn amalgam degradation of ancient glass mirrors
    • Study of nanocrystalline SnO2 particles formed during the corrosion processes of ancient amalgam mirrors
  • Studies on Baroque Metallic Organ Pipes
    • Chemical composition of the metal pipes of Spanish baroque organs as determined by laboratory and synchrotron techniques
    • Chemical composition of the red pipes of a Spanish baroque organ
  • Studies of Ancient Fibres
    • Identification of cellulose fibres belonging to Spanish cultural heritage using synchrotron x-ray diffraction and laboratory techniques
  • Studies of Metallic Artefacts
    • Analysis of cultural heritage metallic artefacts from Andalusia
  • Conclusions
  • Resumen