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Non-Destructive Techniques Used in Materials Conservation

Christine Ianna, Senior Conservator, Queensland Museum

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Introduction

Visual Examination

Magnification

Special Illumination

Ultraviolet Fluorescence (Dorrell,1989)

Radiography

Computed Tomography

Conclusion

Acknowledgments:

References:

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