Abstract

In the present work we report dating procedure of these shells by using the electron paramagnetic resonance. The first step of the analysis was the definition of the optimal procedure for sample preparation. At this aim the analysis of the sample composition was carried out by X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements and an accurate analysis was study on the effect of the chemical etching with varying typology and concentration of acid to be used for removing the external layer of shells which are affected by alpha particles.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteAtti del XII Convegno Nazionale del GIRSE Gruppo Italiano di Risonanza di Spin Elettronico
Pagine45-
Numero di pagine1
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2019

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Alpha particles
Paramagnetic resonance
Etching
Fluorescence
X rays
Acids
Chemical analysis

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Tranchina, L., Leone, M., Parlato, A., Marrale, M., Collura, G., Tomarchio, E. A., ... D'Oca, M. C. (2019). Dating of Brazilian shells through electron paramagnetic resonance. In Atti del XII Convegno Nazionale del GIRSE Gruppo Italiano di Risonanza di Spin Elettronico (pagg. 45-)

Dating of Brazilian shells through electron paramagnetic resonance. / Tranchina, Luigi; Leone, Maurizio; Parlato, Aldo; Marrale, Maurizio; Collura, Giorgio; Tomarchio, Elio Angelo; Militello, Valeria; D'Oca, Maria Cristina.

Atti del XII Convegno Nazionale del GIRSE Gruppo Italiano di Risonanza di Spin Elettronico. 2019. pag. 45-.

Risultato della ricerca: Conference contribution

Tranchina, L, Leone, M, Parlato, A, Marrale, M, Collura, G, Tomarchio, EA, Militello, V & D'Oca, MC 2019, Dating of Brazilian shells through electron paramagnetic resonance. in Atti del XII Convegno Nazionale del GIRSE Gruppo Italiano di Risonanza di Spin Elettronico. pagg. 45-.
Tranchina L, Leone M, Parlato A, Marrale M, Collura G, Tomarchio EA e altri. Dating of Brazilian shells through electron paramagnetic resonance. In Atti del XII Convegno Nazionale del GIRSE Gruppo Italiano di Risonanza di Spin Elettronico. 2019. pag. 45-
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