segunda-feira, 16 de maio de 2011

O uso da radiação de sincrotrão em estudos de arte e arqueologia

A Royal Society of CHemistry acaba de publicar a revista Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, vol. 26, n.º 5, de 2011, que é um número temático com o título: Synchrotron Radiation in Art and Archaeology.

A revista está disponível aqui [acesso condicionado].


  • Koen Janssens, Synchrotron Radiation in Art and Archaeology, pp. 883-884
  • Judith Monnier, Delphine Vantelon, Solenn Reguer, Philippe Dillmann, X-ray absorption spectroscopy study of the various forms of phosphorus in ancient iron samples, pp. 885-891
  • R. van Langh, L. Bartoli, J. Santisteban, D. Visser, Casting technology of Renaissance bronze statuettes: the use of TOF-neutron diffraction for studying afterwork of Renaissance casting techniques, pp. 892-898
  • Matthias Alfeld, Koen Janssens, Joris Dik, Wout de Nolf, Geert van der Snickt, Optimization of mobile scanning macro-XRF systems for the in situ investigation of historical paintings, pp. 899-909
  • Wout De Nolf, Joris Dik, Geert Vandersnickt, Arie Wallert, Koen Janssens, High energy X-ray powder diffraction for the imaging of (hidden) paintings, pp. 910-916
  • Bogdan Constantinescu, Angela Vasilescu, Martin Radtke, Uwe Reinholz, A study on gold and copper provenance for Romanian prehistoric objects using micro-SR XRF, pp. 917-921
  • Matthieu Lebon, Katharina Muller, Jean-Jacques Bahain, Francois Frohlich, Christophe Falgueres, Loic Bertrand, Christophe Sandt, Ina Reiche, Imaging fossil bone alterations at the microscale by SR-FTIR microspectroscopy, pp. 922-929
  • Louise Samain, Geert Silversmit, Jana Sanyova, Bart Vekemans, Helene Salomon, Bernard Gilbert, Fernande Grandjean, Gary J. Long, Raphael P. Hermann, Laszlo Vincze, David Strivay, Fading of modern Prussian blue pigments in linseed oil medium, pp. 930-941
  • Werner Faubel, Rolf Simon, Stefan Heissler, Frank Friedrich, Peter G. Weidler, Hans Becker, Wolfhardt Schmidt, Protrusions in a painting by Max Beckmann examined with confocal µ-XRF, pp. 942-948
  • Robert van Langh, Jon James, Genoveva Burca, Winfried Kockelmann, Shu Yan Zhang, Eberhard Lehmann, Mirko Estermann, Arie Pappot, New insights into alloy compositions: studying Renaissance bronze statuettes by combined neutron imaging and neutron diffraction techniques, pp. 949-958
  • Marie Radepont, Wout de Nolf, Koen Janssens, Geert Van der Snickt, Yvan Coquinot, Lizet Klaassen, Marine Cotte, The use of microscopic X-ray diffraction for the study of HgS and its degradation products corderoite (a-Hg3S2Cl2), kenhsuite (d-Hg3S2Cl2) and calomel (Hg2Cl2) in historical paintings, pp. 959-968
  • Philippe Sciau, Yoanna Leon, Philippe Goudeau, Sirine C. Fakra, Sam Webb, Apurva Mehta, Reverse engineering the ancient ceramic technology based on X-ray fluorescence spectromicroscopy, pp. 969-976
  • Erica Aquilia, Germana Barone, Vincenza Crupi, Francesca Longo, Domenico Majolino, Paolo Mazzoleni, Valentina Venuti, Multi-technique characterization of ancient findings from Gela (Sicily, Italy), pp. 977-983
  • Marta Rodrigues, Federica Cappa, Manfred Schreiner, Paolo Ferloni, Martin Radtke, Uwe Reinholz, Bernhard Woytek, Michael Alram, Further metallurgical analyses on silver coins of Trajan (AD 98-117), pp. 984-991
  • Enrico Perelli Cippo, Alessandro Borella, Giuseppe Gorini, Winfried Kockelmann, Michael Moxon, Hans Postma, Nigel J. Rhodes, Peter Schillebeeckx, Eric M. Schoonenveld, Marco Tardocchi, Krisztina Dusz, Zsuzsa Hajnal, Katalin Biro, Porcina, Imaging of cultural heritage objects using neutron resonances, pp. 992-999
  • Donatella Barca, Cristina Maria Belfiore, Gino Mirocle Crisci, Mauro Francesco La Russa, Antonino Pezzino, Silvestro Antonio Ruffolo, A new methodological approach for the chemical characterization of black crusts on building stones: a case study from the Catania city centre (Sicily, Italy), pp. 1000-1011
  • D. Grolimund, D. Berger, S. Bolliger Schreyer, C. N. Borca, S. Hartmann, F. Muller, J. Hovind, K. Hunger, E. H. Lehmann, P. Vontobel, H. A. O. Wang, Combined neutron and synchrotron X-ray microprobe analysis: attempt to disclose 3600 years-old secrets of a unique bronze age metal artifact, pp. 1012-1023
  • Roberta Cattaneo, Cristina Chiaramonte Trere, Lucia Mordeglia, Giuseppe Gorini, Enrico Perelli Cippo, Laura Bartoli, Winfried Kockelmann, Antonella Scherillo, Integrated X-ray and neutron-based analysis of bronze artefacts from the Ligurian settlement of Guardamonte-Monte Vallassa, pp. 1024-1029
  • F. Grazzi, L. Bartoli, F. Civita, R. Franci, A. Paradowska, A. Scherillo, M. Zoppi, From Koto age to modern times: Quantitative characterization of Japanese swords with Time of Flight Neutron Diffraction, pp. 1030-1039
  • S. Lahlil, M. Cotte, I. Biron, J. Szlachetko, N. Menguy, J. Susini, Synthesizing lead antimonate in ancient and modern opaque glass, pp. 1040-1050
  • M. Cotte, J. Szlachetko, S. Lahlil, M. Salome, V. A. Sole, I. Biron, J. Susini, Coupling a wavelength dispersive spectrometer with a synchrotron-based X-ray microscope: A winning combination for micro-X-ray fluorescence and micro-XANES analyses of complex artistic materials, pp. 1051-1059
  • Germana Barone, Laura Bartoli, Cristina Maria Belfiore, Vincenza Crupi, Francesca Longo, Domenico Majolino, Paolo Mazzoleni, Valentina Venuti, Comparison between TOF-ND and XRD quantitative phase analysis of ancient potteries, pp. 1060-1067
  • Olivier Schalm, Ana Cabal, Piet Van Espen, Nathalie Laquiere, Patrick Storme, Improved radiographic methods for the investigation of paintings using laboratory and synchrotron X-ray sources, pp. 1068-1077
  • S. Leroy, R. Simon, L. Bertrand, A. Williams, E. Foy, Ph. Dillmann, First examination of slag inclusions in medieval armours by confocal SR-µ-XRF and LA-ICP-MS, pp. 1078-1087
  • Christian Grunewald, Martin Radtke, Uwe Reinholz, Gunter Buzanich, Heinrich Riesemeier, SRXRF-measurements at non-planar objects: automatic determination of the angle of incidence of the exciting X-ray, pp. 1088-1089
  • Luciana Zanella, Francesca Casadio, Kimberly A. Gray, Richard Warta, Qing Ma, Jean-Francois Gaillard, The darkening of zinc yellow: XANES speciation of chromium in artist's paints after light and chemical exposures, pp. 1090-1097