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The application of Raman Spectroscopy for the Non-destructive Analysis of Art Objects

Peter Vandenabeele and Luc Moens
Ghent University ­ Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry Proeftuinstraat 86 ­ B­9000 Ghent
Tel. +32 9 264 66 23 ­ Fax. +32 9 264 66 99

Contact E-mail: peter.vandenabeele@rug.ac.be

Introduction

Experimental

Direct Analysis of 19th Century Porcelain Cards

Raman Analysis using Fibre Optics

Micro-Raman Examination of Embedded Stratified Samples

Gentle Micro-sampling Method and a Combined Method Approach

Conclusion

Acknowledgements

References

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  2. P. Vandenabeele, L. Moens, H.G.M. Edwards and R. Dams, A Raman Spectroscopic Database of Azo-pigments and application to Modern Art Studies, J. Raman Spectr. 2000, In Press.
  3. P. Vandenabeele, B. Wehling, L. Moens, H. Edwards, M. De Reu and G. Van Hooydonk, Anal. Chim. Acta 407, 261-274 (2000).
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  5. P. Vandenabeele, A. von Bohlen, L. Moens, R. Klockenkämper, F. Joukes and G. Dewispelaere, Spectroscopic Examination of Two Egyptian Masks: a Combined Method Approach, Anal. Letters 2000, Submitted.

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