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The noninvasive approach permits the examination of a very large number of artworks with a virtually limitless number of measurements. Thus, unexpected and uncommon features may be uncovered, as in the case of a lead pyroantimonate yellow doped with zinc that was discovered by micro-Raman and X-ray fluorescence on an Italian Renaissance majolica. For characterizing binding media, we discuss the strengths and limitations of using mid- and near-FTIR (Fourier transform infrared) spectroscopies supported by a multivariate statistical analysis, detailing the study of organic materials in a wall painting by Perugino and a survey of the painting technique on 18 contemporary paintings by Burri.
Observed in paint samples still needs to be fully under- All samples showed the presence of saccharide materi- stood. als: sample AGAT 30 contained fruit tree gum, samples 4 Quantitative Analysis. The specific identification of paint P9 and 17 P11 contained a mixture of tragacanth and fruit binders entails a quantitative determination using GC/MS of tree gums, but samples AZ 3, AZ 18, and AGAT 4 were not the following compounds: classified. 2,13 The reason for these quantitative modifica- casein, or milk); • monosaccharides and uronic acids for polysaccharide gums; Vol.
They all are designed to be compactly transported as separate kits that can be assembled and aligned directly onsite (Figure 1). TABLE 1. 9 keV 10 cm-1 -1 spatial resolution (mm2) a Further experimental details are reported in the cited references. Asterisk indicates commercial equipment. fluorescence lifetime measurements. c Lifetime resolution. Vol. 43, No. 6 June 2010 b Time correlation single photon counting for 728-738 ACCOUNTS OF CHEMICAL RESEARCH 729 The MOLAB Multitechnique Approach Miliani et al.
Advanced Techniques in Art Conservation by Andrew J. Clark