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Investigation of Historical Glasses Using Natural Born Radioactivity

M. Schiekel, A. Meister, M. Seibitz
Technical Univ. of Dresden, Dept. Building Materials, Mommsenstraße 13, 01062 Dresden
G. Haase
Museum of Decorated Arts, Dresden-Pillnitz, Schloß Pillnitz, Wasserpalais




Results and Conclusions


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  2. Ch. Segebade: Principles and some applications of neutron and photon activation analysis (in German). Proc. 4th International Conference Non-Destructive Testing of Works of Art, Berlin, 1994, p. 326 - 346
  3. M. Lätzsch: Private information on elemental concentrations in lead glasses of Reichenbach/OL glassworks
  4. G. Haase, D. Arnold, J.H. Pohl: Glass in English mode from the Dresden glassworks - chemical analytical investigation of Dresden glasses (in German). Annales du 10 Congrès du AIHV, Madrid, 1985, p.481 -496

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