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Schreiner, M; Melcher, M; Uhlir, K.
(2007): Scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive analysis: applications in the field of cultural heritage
ANAL BIOANAL CHEM. 2007; 387(3): 737-747. FullText FullText_BOKU

Scanning electron microscopy has been extensively used for the material characterization of objects of artistic and archaeological importance, especially in combination with energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis (SEM/EDX). The advantages and limitations of SEM/EDX are presented in a few case studies: analysis of pigments in cross-sections of paint layers, quantitative analysis of archaeological glass from the Roman period excavated in Ephesos/Turkey, and investigations on glasses with medieval composition concerning their weathering stability and degradation phenomena.
Authors BOKU Wien:
Melcher Michael

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