domingo, 7 de abril de 2013

Métodos de análise de vidros históricos

Acabou de ser publicado o seguinte livro:

Koen Janssens (ed.), Modern Methods for Analysing Archaeological and Historical Glass, vol. 1, Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, 2013.


  • José–María Fernández–Navarro, María–Ángeles Villegas, What is Glass?: An Introduction to the Physics and Chemistry of Silicate Glasses, pp. 1-22
  • Cesare Moretti, Sandro Hreglich, Raw Materials, Recipes and Procedures Used for Glass Making, pp. 23-47
  • Isabelle Biron, Marie–Hélène Chopinet, Colouring, Decolouring and Opacifying of Glass, pp. 49-65
  • B. Velde, Glass Compositions over Several Millennia in the Western World, pp. 67-78
  • Koen Janssens, X–Ray Based Methods of Analysis, pp. 79-128
  • Koen Janssens, Electron Microscopy, pp. 129-154
  • Ž. Šmit, Ion–Beam Analysis Methods, pp. 155-183
  • Michael D. Glascock, Application of Neutron Activation Analysis to Archaeological Studies of Natural and Man–Made Glasses, pp. 185-199
  • Bernard Gratuze, Glass Characterisation Using Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry Methods, pp. 201-234
  • Patrick Degryse, Isotope–Ratio Techniques in Glass Studies, pp. 235-245
  • Christoph Kleber, Manfred Schreiner, Surface Analysis, pp. 247-274
  • Ph. Colomban, Non–Destructive Raman Analysis of Ancient Glasses and Glazes, pp. 275-300
  • Simona Quartieri, Rossella Arletti, The Use of X–Ray Absorption Spectroscopy in Historical Glass Research, pp. 301-309
  • Bernard Gratuze, Provenance Analysis of Glass Artefacts, pp. 311-343
  • Caroline Jackson, Paul Nicholson, Glass at el–Amarna, pp. 345-353
  • Gilberto Artioli, Ivana Angelini, Evolution of Vitreous Materials in Bronze Age Italy, pp. 355-368
  • Simone Cagno, Peter Cosyns, Karin Nys, Koen Janssens, Black–Appearing Roman Glass, pp. 369-385
  • B. Velde, J. Motteau, Glass Compositions of the Merovingian Period in Western Europe, pp. 387-397
  • Laure Dussubieux, Bernard Gratuze, Glass in South Asia, pp. 399-413
  • James W. Lankton, Laure Dussubieux, Early Glass in Southeast Asia, pp. 415-443
  • Izumi Nakai, Yoko Shindo, Glass Trade between the Middle East and Asia, pp. 445-457
  • R. G.V. Hancock, European Glass Trade Beads in Northeastern North America, pp. 459-471
  • Federica Fenzi, Simone Lerma, Marja Mendera, Bruno Messiga, Maria Pia Riccardi, Pietro Alessandro Vigato, Medieval Glass–Making and –Working in Tuscany and Liguria (Italy). Towards a Standard Methodology for the Classification of Glass–Making and Glass–Working Indicators, pp. 473-513
  • Marco Verità, Venetian Soda Glass, pp. 515-536
  • K. Janssens, S. Cagno, I. De Raedt, P. Degryse, Transfer of Glass Manufacturing Technology in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries from Southern to Northern Europe: Using Trace Element Patterns to Reveal the Spread from Venice via Antwerp to London, pp. 537-562
  • B. Velde, Seventeenth–Century Varec Glass from the Great Hall of Mirrors at Versailles, pp. 563-572
  • David Dungworth, Colin Brain, Seventeenth– and Eighteenth–Century English Lead Glass, pp. 573-582
  • B. G. Brunetti, L. Cartechini, C. Miliani, A. Sgamellotti, Metal Nanoparticles in Glass: Lustre, pp. 583-608
  • Michael Melcher, Manfred Schreiner, Glass Degradation by Liquids and Atmospheric Agents, pp. 609-651
  • Noemí Carmona, Corrosion of Stained Glass Windows: Applied Study of Spanish Monuments of Different Periods, pp. 653-675
  • Simone Cagno, Gert Nuyts, Olivier Schalm, Joost Caen, Koen Janssens, Novel Methods of Evaluation for the Conservation of Browned Historical Stained Glass, pp. 677-690