domingo, 11 de março de 2012

Métodos analíticos aplicados à Arte, Arqueologia e Ciência da Conservação

Ficou há pouco tempo disponível online a revista Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, vol. 402, n.º 4, 2012, que parcialmente é dedicada ao tema “Analytical Techniques in Art, Archaeology and Conservation Science”.

Está aqui [com acesso condicionado].

Índice (dessa parte):

  • Oliver Hahn, Analytical techniques in art, archaeology and conservation science, p. 1411-1411
  • Polly Westlake, Panayiotis Siozos, Aggelos Philippidis, Chryssa Apostolaki, Brendan Derham, Agni Terlixi, Vasilios Perdikatsis, Richard Jones, Demetrios Anglos, Studying pigments on painted plaster in Minoan, Roman and Early Byzantine Crete. A multi-analytical technique approach, pp. 1413-1432
  • M. Oujja, C. Vázquez-Calvo, M. Sanz, M. de Buergo, R. Fort, M. Castillejo, Laser-induced fluorescence and FT-Raman spectroscopy for characterizing patinas on stone substrates, pp. 1433-1441
  • Marek Hoehse, Andrea Paul, Igor Gornushkin, Ulrich Panne, Multivariate classification of pigments and inks using combined Raman spectroscopy and LIBS, pp. 1443-1450
  • Giulia Bertolotti, Danilo Bersani, Pier Lottici, Marcella Alesiani, Thomas Malcherek, Jochen Schlüter, Micro-Raman study of copper hydroxychlorides and other corrosion products of bronze samples mimicking archaeological coins, pp. 1451-1457
  • Ana Martins, Lee Daffner, Ann Fenech, Christopher McGlinchey, Matija Strlic, Non-destructive dating of fiber-based gelatin silver prints using near-infrared spectroscopy and multivariate analysis, pp. 1459-1469
  • Ana Cabal Rodríguez, Diana Leyva Pernía, Olivier Schalm, Pierre Van Espen, Possibilities of energy-resolved X-ray radiography for the investigation of paintings, pp. 1471-1480
  • Pitarch, A. Ramón, A. Álvarez-Pérez, I. Queralt, Characterization of “oil on copper” paintings by energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry, pp. 1481-1492
  • Timo Wolff, Ira Rabin, Ioanna Mantouvalou, Birgit Kanngießer, Wolfgang Malzer, Emanuel Kindzorra, Oliver Hahn, Provenance studies on Dead Sea scrolls parchment by means of quantitative micro-XRF, pp. 1493-1503
  • Georg Dietz, Thomas Ketelsen, Manfred Hoss, Olaf Simon, Carsten Wintermann, Timo Wolff, Ira Rabin, Oliver Hahn, The Egmont Master phenomenon: X-ray fluorescence spectrometric and paper studies for art history research, pp. 1505-1515
  • Marina Bicchieri, Michela Monti, Giovanna Piantanida, Flavia Pinzari, Simonetta Iannuccelli, Silvia Sotgiu, Lorena Tireni, The Indian drawings of the poet Cesare Pascarella: non-destructive analyses and conservation treatments, pp. 1517-1528
  • M. Maguregui, U. Knuutinen, J. Trebolazabala, H. Morillas, K. Castro, I. Martinez-Arkarazo, J. Madariaga, Use of in situ and confocal Raman spectroscopy to study the nature and distribution of carotenoids in brown patinas from a deteriorated wall painting in Marcus Lucretius House (Pompeii), pp. 1529-1539
  • F. Pinzari, P. Colaizzi, O. Maggi, A. Persiani, R. Schütz, I. Rabin, Fungal bioleaching of mineral components in a twentieth-century illuminated parchment, pp. 1541-1550
  • Masic, M. Chierotti, R. Gobetto, G. Martra, I. Rabin, S. Coluccia, Solid-state and unilateral NMR study of deterioration of a Dead Sea Scroll fragment, pp. 1551-1557
  • Alenka Možir, Lee Gonzalez, Irena Kralj Cigic, Tim Wess, Ira Rabin, Oliver Hahn, Matija Strlic, A study of degradation of historic parchment using small-angle X-ray scattering, synchrotron-IR and multivariate data analysis, pp. 1559-1566
  • Valentina Pintus, Shuya Wei, Manfred Schreiner, UV ageing studies: evaluation of lightfastness declarations of commercial acrylic paints, pp. 1567-1584
  • Cacciari, D. Ciofini, M. Mascalchi, A. Mencaglia, S. Siano, Novel approach to the microscopic inspection during laser cleaning treatments of artworks, pp. 1585-1591