Metodi non distruttivi per la diagnosi dei Beni Culturali

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Knowledge of materials, in terms of composition, morphology and structure, constituents of various manufactured goods is today of great importance in various scientific and technological fields. The understanding of the processes that we can, generally, classified according to the definition "radiation-matter interaction" has led to the development of a series of spectroscopic and structural characterization techniques of matter that find application in the study of materials from the new and innovative to those archaeological . In recent decades, the study of issues related to the understanding of knowledge development processes has been promoting ever-closer union between the archaeological studies and scientific ones. Interdisciplinary studies have so much developed by archeometria coin the term to describe them. In this contribution, it is introduced spectrophotometry fluorescence emission. As part of its applications, it is offered an overview of specific case studies in the field archaeometric. In particular, they present the results of Sicilian ceramics tricromiche Neolithic and painted plaster from the Catacomb of Villagrazia di Carini. It is discussed how the combined use of this spectroscopic technique and structural and morphological investigation techniques such as X-ray diffraction and optical and electronic microscopy helps to better define the level of knowledge on these findings.
Original languageItalian
Pages80-87
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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