quinta-feira, 10 de janeiro de 2013

Métodos de análise usados no estudo do património cultural

Acabou de ser publicado o seguinte livro:

Evangelia A. Varella (ed.), Conservation Science for the Cultural Heritage. Applications of Instrumental Analysis, Heidelberg, Springer, 2013.


  • Evangelia A. Varella, General Considerations, p. 1
  • Catherine Vieillescazes, High Performance Liquid Chromatography and Gas Chromatography, p. 15
  • Isabel Sierra, Sonia Morante-Zarcero, Capillary Electrophoresis, p. 25
  • Ioannis A. Kozaris, Imagine Techniques, p. 38
  • Eleni Pavlidou, The Role of Microscopy Techniques in the Study of Cultural Heritage Materials, p. 47
  • Reiner Salzer, Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy, p. 65
  • D. Capitani, A. Spinella, E. Caponetti, Solid State NMR, p. 79
  • Giovanni Ettore Gigante, Stefano Ridolfi, X-Ray Techniques and X-Ray Fluorescence with Portable Systems, p. 92
  • Delia Chillura Martino, Michele A. Floriano, Eugenio Caponetti, The Small Angle Scattering Technique: An Effective Tool in the Structural Investigation of Archaeologically Relevant Specimens, p. 106
  • Lorenzo Gontrani, Ruggero Caminiti, Maria Luisa Saladino, Eugenio Caponetti, Delia Chillura Martino, Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Diffraction in Cultural Heritage Science: The Winning Duo of Structural and Elemental Analysis, p. 117
  • Nick Schiavon, Particle Induced X-Ray Emission Spectroscopy in Conservation Science, p. 125
  • Nick Schiavon, Cristina Dias Barrocas, Teresa Ferreira, Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy in Conservation Science, p. 133
  • K. Chrysafis, Thermal Analysis Techniques, p. 141
  • Turkan Yurdun, Emre Dolen, Identification of Natural Dyes in Thirteenth Century Mevlana's Kaftans and Dervish's Dresses by HPLC-DAD Detection, p. 165
  • Recep Karadag, Identification of Natural Dyes by RP-HPLC-DAD and Natural Dyeing Procedures, p. 172
  • Carole Mathe, Liquid Chromatographic Analysis of Ancient Egyptian Organic Material, p. 187
  • Andreas K. Tsakalof, Kyriaki A. Bairachtari, Binding Media Identification in Art Objects by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry, p. 192
  • Evangelia A. Varella, FT Infrared Spectroscopy as an Identification Tool in Polychrome Artefact Studies, p. 201
  • Spinella, D. Capitani, S. Bastone, C. Di Stefano, E. Caponetti, Solid State NMR to Characterise Paper and Parchment Samples from a Sixteenth Century Book, p. 208
  • Eleni Pavlidou, Case Studies on Textile Studies with Scanning Electron Microscopy, p. 218
  • Evangelia Varella, Maria Kyranoudi, Physicochemical Methods of Analysis for the Study of Archaeological Textiles, p. 224
  • Leopold Puchinger, Friedrich Sauter, Andreas Gössl, Identification of Purple by Means of Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry, p. 230
  • Nick Schiavon, The Application of Back-Scattered Scanning Electron Microscopy to Unravel Building Stone Decay Mechanisms in Urban Environments, p. 247
  • Vasilios Melfos, Application of Microscopy, X-ray Diffractometry (XRD) and Stable-Isotope Geochemistry in Provenance Determination of the White Marbles Used in the Ancient Great Theatre of Larisa, Thessaly, Greece, p. 256
  • Reiner Salzer, Renate Lunkwitz, Case Studies: Investigation of Mortars by Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy, p. 262
  • K. Chrysafis, Mortars-Thermal Analysis, p. 268
  • P. Spathis, D. Merachtsaki, K. Triantafyllidis, P. Giannakoudakis, P. Xidas, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Measurements for the Corrosion Behaviour Evaluation of Epoxy: (Organo) Clays Nanocomposite Coatings, p. 273
  • Giovanni Ettore Gigante, Stefano Ridolfi, Study of Vatican Masterpieces, p. 286
  • R. Lahoz, L. A. Angurel, U. Brauch, L. C. Estepa, G. F. de la Fuente Leis, Laser Applications in the Preservation of Cultural Heritage: An Overview of Fundamentals and Applications of Lasers in the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, p. 294