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· Abraham, Meg. "Incorporation of Laser Ablation into a Proton Probe System to Study Laser Ablation of Corrosion Products, and enhance the Probe's Analytical Capabilities" Northover, P & Grime, G. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:317-324.
· Albrecht, Daniel. "Diagnostic of the Conservation State of Antique Italian Paintings on Panel Carried out at the Laboratorio di Restauro dell'Opificio delle Pietre Dure in Florence, Italy with ESPI-based Portable Instrumentation"Franchi, Marco & C.Lucia, Alfredo & M.Zanetta, Paolo & Aldrovandi, Alfredo & Cianfanelli, Teresa & Riitano, Patrizia & Sartiani, Oriana & C.Emmony, David. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:331-335.
· Aldrovandi, Alfredo. "Laser Cleaning: A Study on Greyish Alteration Induced on Non-Patinated Marbles"Lalli, Carlo & Lanterna, Giancarlo & Matteini, Mauro. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:55-60.
· Appolonia, Lorenzo. "The St. Orso Priory: The comparison and Testing of Cleaning Methods"Bertone, Andrea & Brunetto, Anna & Vaudan, Dario. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:105-110.
· Armani, Emanuele. "The Church of the Maddalena in Venice: The Use of Laser in the Cleaning of the Facade"Calcagno, Giancarlo & Menichelli, Claudio & Rossetti, Marisol. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:99-104.
· Athanassiou, Athanassia. "The Effect of UV Laser Light Radiation on Artist's Pigments"E.Hill, Arthur & Fourrier, Thierry & Burgio, Lucia & J.H.Clark, Robin. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:209-213.
· Bicchieri, Marina. "Application of Micro-Raman Spectroscopy tothe Study of an Illuminated Medieval Manuscript "Nardone, Michele & Sodo, Armida. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:277-279.
· Borgia, Ilaria. "Self-Calibrated Quantitative Elemental Analysis by Laser-Induced Plasma Spectroscopy: Application to Pigment Analysis"M.F. Burgio, Lusia & Corsi, Michela & Fantoni, Roberta & Palleschi, Vincenzo & Salvetti, Azenio & Squarcialupi, Maria Cristina & Tognoni, Elisabetta. Journal ofCultural Heritage,1/1,2000:281-286.
· Calcagno, Giancarlo. "St. Stephen's Church in Vienna: Criteria forNd:YAG Laser Cleaning on an Architectural Scale"Pummer, Erich & Koller, Manfred. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:111-117.
· Carolina Gaetani, Maria. "The Laser Cleaning of Wall Paintings"Santamaria, Ulderico. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:199-207.
· Castellini, P. "On Field Validation of Non-Invasive Laser Scanning Vibrometer Measurement of Damaged Frescoes: Experiments on Large Walls Artificially Aged"Esposito, Enrico & Legoux, V & Paone, N & Stefanaggi, M & Tomasini,E.P. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:349-356.
· Castillejo, Marta. "Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy and Raman Microscopy for Analysis of Pigments in Polychromes"Martin, Margarita & Silva, Diego & Stratoudaki, Theodosia & Anglos, Demetrios & Burgio, Lucia & J.H. Clark, Robin. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:297-302.
· Chapman, Sasha. "Laser Technology for Graffiti Removal"Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:75-78.
· Coma, Llorenc. "Soft and Hard Modelling Methods for Deconvolution of Mixtures of Raman Spectra for Pigment Analysis. A Qualitative and Quantitative Approach"Breitman, Monica & Ruiz-Moreno, Sergio. Journalof Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:273-276.
· De Cruz, Adele. "Laser Removal of Contaminants from Painted Surfaces"L. Wolbarsht, Myron & A. Hauger, Susanne. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:173-180.
· Drewello, Ursula. "Biogenic Surface Layers on Historical Window Glass and the Effect of Excimer Laser Cleaning"WeiBmann, Rudolf & Rolleke, Sabine & Muller, Elisabeth & Wuertz, Stefan & Fekrsanati, Farideh & Troll, Carola & Drewello, Rainer. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:161-171.
· Eichert, Diane. "Electronic Paramagnetic Resonance as a Tool forStudying the Blackening of Carrara Marble Due to Irradiationby a Q-Switched YAG Laser"Verges-Belmin, Veronique & Kahn, Oliver. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:37-45.
· F.Asmus, John. "Laser Divesment for Natural History Museum Collections"Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:259-262.
· Feely, Jessica. "An Initial Study into the Particulates Emitted during the Laser Ablation of Sulphation Crusts"Williams, Stephen & Fowles, P.Stephen. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:65-70.
· Fekrsanati, Farideh. "UV-Laser Radiation: Basic Research of the Potential for Cleaning Stained Glass"Hildenhagen, Jens & Dickmann, Klaus & Troll, Carola & Drewello, Ursula & Olaineck, Christoph. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:155-160.
· Ferreira Pinto, A.P. "Stone consolidation: The role of treatment procedures" Rodrigues, J.Delgado. Journal of Cultural Heritage,9/1,2008:38-53.
Abstract: Four types of carbonate stones and three consolidation products were used in a systematic study to assess the influence of the application procedures on the amount of product applied, as a primary step to evaluate consolidation treatments. Microdrilling, ultrasonic velocity and flexural resistance were used as performance indicators. The amount of product of a specific treatment and its action depend on the application procedures, both when the treatments are carried out in the laboratory and on site. The results are expected to contribute to the standardisation of testing protocols on stone consolidation.
· Fowles, P.Stephen. "The Garden Temple at Ince Blundell: A CaseStudy in the Recording and Non-Contact Replication of Decayed Sculpture"Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:89-91.
· Giavarinia, C. "A non-linear model of sulphation of porous stones: Numerical simulations and preliminary laboratory assessments"Santarelli, M.L & Natalini, R & Freddi, F. Journal of Cultural Heritage,9/1,2008:14-22.
Abstract: Sandstones, limestones, and marble stones with different porosity were used as building materials for thousands of years. In the last century these materials have become vulnerable to atmospheric pollutants; the reaction of sulphur dioxide with calcareous (and decorated) surfaces is well known to form gypsum and black crusts. More recently, some mathematical models used for civil works have been applied to study the evolution of degradation phenomena; however, they did not fit sufficiently for artistic and historicalhand-works, since they only give an averaged description of the damage. Between these mathematical models the Lipfert formula is the more diffuse, based on statistical models of atmospheric corrosion. In this paper a differential model was approached, which gives a quantitative description of the diffusion and the chemical action of sulphur dioxide on the porosity of calcium carbonate stones starting from the hypothesis that the interaction between stone surface and polluted air is due to its diffusion in the porosity of the material. The model has been validated by numerical simulations and a number of experimental tests in the laboratory. This approach gives a quantitative law for the penetration of the sulphation front inside of the stone, in accordance with the experimental data. Moreover, it is important to assess and prevent damage on the surfaces of historical monuments, considering also the local geometry, the nature of the polluted air, and the type of exposures.
· H.Larson, John. "Ince Blundell: The Preservation of an ImportantCollection of Classical Sculpture"Madden, Claire & Sutherland, Ian. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:79-87.
· Kampasakali, Elli. "The Russian avant-garde painting palette: Documentary and physicochemical codification of organic colorants"A. Varella, Evangelia. Journal of Cultural Heritage,9/1,2008:77-88.
Abstract: In the present article an attempt is made to elucidate the organic colorants commonly encountered in theRussian avant-garde painting palette by a combined art historical, documentary and physicochemical investigation, and to examine the influence of environmental factors on the chromatic profile originally sought by the artist. The overall approach based on written sources is confirmed by measurements on relevant paintings. The documentary research deals with the influences of Orthodox iconography, folkloric art, and occidental modernist tendencies on the Russian avant-garde palette, and studies the effects of contradictory historical processes in the chromatic profile of individual paintings. In the experimental section a series of colorants are investigated concerning the effects of accelerated ageing on experimental painting tables, prepared as watercolor and gouache layers on paper ground. The resulting samples are subjected to colorimetric and spectroscopic measurements, and analogous analytical procedures are applied on samples taken from selected paintings. A systematic comparative study of all data permitsevaluation of the materials used in terms of their stability towards extrinsic factors, and proposal of degradation routesin order to assist museum curators and conservators in everyconcrete case related to the broad spectrum of pigments examined.
· Kautek, Wolfgang. "Near-UV Laser Interaction with Contaminants and Pigments on Parchment: Laser Cleaning Diagnostics by SE-Microscopy, VIS-, and IR-Spectroscopy"Pentzien, Simone & Rollig, Mathias & Rudolph, Pascale & Kruger, Jorg & Maywald-pitellos, Claus & Bansa, Helmut & Grosswang, Heinz & Konig, Eberhard. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:233-240.
· Klein, Stefan. "LIBS-Spectroscopy for Monitoring and Control of the Laser Cleaning Process of Stone and Medieval Glass"Hildenhagen, Jens & Dickmann, Klaus & Stratoudaki, T & Zafiropulos, Vassilis. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:287-292.
· Kolar, Jana. "Near-UV and Visible Pulsed Laser Interaction with Paper"Strlic, Matija & Muller-Hess, Doris & Gruber, Andreas& Troschke, Karin & Pentzien, Simone & Kautek, Wolfgang. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:221-224.
· Laboure, Martin. "Assessment of Laser Cleaning Rate on Limestones and Sandstones"Bromblet, Philippe & Orial, Genevieve & Wiedemann, Gunter & Simon-Boisson, & Christophe. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:21-27.
· Landuccia, Francesco. "Laser Cleaning of Fossil Vertebrates: A Preliminary Report"Pini, Roberto & Siano, Salvatore & Salimbeni, Renzo & Pecchioni, Elena. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:263-267.
· Lanterna, Giancarlo. "Laser Cleaning of Stone Artefacts: A Substitute or Alternative Methods?"Matteini, Mauro. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:29-35.
· Leavengood, Patricia. "Lichen Removal from Chinese Spirit Path Figures of Marble"Twilley, John & F.Asmus, John. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:71-74.
· Lee, Jong-Myoung. "Chromatic Modulation Technique for in-line Surface Monitoring and Diagnostic"G. Watkins, Ken. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:311-316.
· Lee, Jong-Myoung. "Prediction System of Surface Damage"G. Watkins, Ken. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:303-309.
· Liritzis, I. "Mineralogical, petrological and radioactivity aspects of some building material from Egyptian Old Kingdom monuments"Sideris, C & Vafiadou, A & Mitsis, J. Journal of Cultural Heritage,9/1,2008:1-13.
Abstract: Mineralogical, petrological, XRF and radioactivity measurements were carried out on several Egyptian monuments (at Giza plateau and Abydos), as an integrated archaeological sciences project concerning Egyptian cultural heritage with a threefold aim: (a) the multifold analysis of construction material (granite, limestone, sandstone, gypsum), providing new data, (b) a detailed radioactivity survey of the monuments, and (c) the development of a new optical stimulated luminescence datingapproach for limestone buildings. Regarding the aim (a), hypotheses that large building stones used in the monuments were cast, as opposed to carved out of natural stone, are not supported by (i) the presence of undamaged fossils, (ii) lack of zeolite peaks in X-ray patterns, which would be expected if CaO was used in making cement, and (iii) random emplacement and strictly homogeneous distribution of fossil shells in the whole rock in accordance with their initial in situ settling in a fluidal sea bottom environment. Moreover, statistical clustering of chemical composition indicated five rock sub-categories and XRF analysis reported inhomogeneity of rock composition. In aim (b) a detailed dose rate survey of the studied monuments andof the radioisotope content (U, Th, K, Rb) of specimens is reported that form a unique data-base for any undertaken dating project. Regarding aim (c), quartz separation from limestone powder presents a new way to date limestone blocks by the single aliquot Optical Stimulated Luminescence(OSL) dating protocol, and three indicative dating cases are presented.
· Marakis, Giorgos. "Investigations on Cleaning of Black Crusted Sandstone using Different UV-Pulsed Lasers"Maravelaki, Pagona & Zafiropulos, Vassilis & Klein, Stefan & Hildenhagen, Jens & Dickmann, Klaus. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:61-64.
· Margheri, Fabrizio. "SMART CLEAN: A New Laser System with Improved Emmission Characterictics and Transmission Through Long Optical Fibres"Modi, Stefano & Masotti, Leonardo & Mazzinghi, Piero & Pini, Roberto & Salvatore, Siano & Salimbeni, Renzo. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:119-123.
· Martin, Margarita. "LIBS Spectra of Polychrornes with a Low Cost CCD Camera Based Detector"Castillejo, Marta & Torres, Ricardo & Silva, Diego, Guerra-Librero, Fernando. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:293-296.
· Naylor, Andrew. "Conservation of the Eighteenth Century Lead Statue of George II and the Role of Laser Cleaning"Journal ofCultural Heritage,1/1,2000:145-149.
· P.Wazen. "80 W Average Power of Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser with Optical Fibre Beam Delivery for Laser Cleaning Application"Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:125-128.
· Pantani, Luca. "Experiments on Stony Monument Monitoring byLaser-Induced Fluorescence"Ballerini, Gaia & Cecchi, Giovanna & Edner, Hans & Lognoli, David & Johansson, Thomas & Raimondi, Valentina & Svanberg, Sune & Tiano, Piero & Tomaselli, Lucia & Weibring, Peter. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:345-348.
· Perardi, Alessandra. "Micro-Raman Spectroscopy for Standard and in Situ Characterisation of Painting Materials"Zoppi, Angela & Castellucci, Emilio. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:269-272.
· Perez-Gracia, Vega. "GPR survey to study the restoration of a Roman monument"Garcia, Francisco & G. Pujades, Lluis & Gonzalez Drigo, Ramon & Di Capua, Daniel. Journal of Cultural Heritage,9/1,2008:89-96.
Abstract: This paper describes the ground-penetrating radar (GPR) survey carried out on the Roman theatre of Sagunto (Valencia, Spain) following recent restoration work in 1991. The structure has been substantially altered a number of times: it was remodelled during the Roman and Moorish periods, partially destroyed during the Peninsular War (1808ت1814) and the Carlist War (1833ت1839), and extensively modified during the 1930s and 1950s. Major reconstruction work was carried out in 1991 to convert the building into a working theatre. The GPR survey was performed to detect the possible effects of the 1991 remodelling on the historical remains and to identify the point of contact between the present-day modifications and the Roman remains. We took several on-site measurements of the wave velocity in the different materials in known areas to determine as accurately as possible the depth of the contact point. The velocity was calculated by measuring the depth in these areas and the two-way travel time of the wave.The measurements were taken from the walls and the tiers as the thicknesses of the materials were known in these areas. The recorded values were compared with the velocities reported by other authors and with the information from diffraction hyperbolas recorded in the radar data, which are caused by small objects inserted in the medium. We used these velocities to determine the exact point of contact between the Roman remains and the materials used in later restorations. The contact points cause the reflections that can be seen in the GPR data. The results also reveal considerable variations in the surface of the Roman tiers, which can be attributed to partial erosion in these areas caused mainly by water.
· Pini, roberto. "Application of a the New Laser Cleaning Procedure to the Mausoleum of Theodoric"Siano, Salvatore & Salimbeni, Renzo & Valter, Piazza & Giamello, Marco & Sabatini, Giuseppe & Fabio, Bevilacqua. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:93-97.
· Pini, Roberto. "Tests of Laser Cleaning on Archaeological metal artefacts"Siano, Salvatore & Salimbeni, Renzo & Pasquinucci, Marinella & Miccio, Marcello. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:129-137.
· Pouli, Paraskevi. "The Effect of Nd:YAG Laser Radiation on Medieval Pigments"Emmony, D.C. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:181-188.
· Rakotonirainy, Malalanirina Sylvia. "Mass deacidification of papers and books: V. Fungistatic properties of papers treatedwith aminoalkylalkoxysilanes"Dupont, Anne-Laurence & Lavedrine, Bertrand & Ipert, Stephane & Cheradame, Herve. Journal of Cultural Heritage,9/1,2008:54-59.
Abstract: A new process using aminoalkylalkoxysilanes (AAAS) was developed recently for paper and book mass deacidification. This process is entirely novel in that, besidesdeacidifying, it also improves the mechanical properties of paper. In the present article, the properties of inhibition of fungal growth of the treated papers are investigated. It was found that the AAAS tested acted as surface-active antifungal agents when introduced in the paper, significantlyreducing the growth of Aspergillus niger and Paecilomyces variotii, two fungal species commonly found in storage areas of libraries and archives. The AAAS which seemed the most efficient in preventing the fungal development was 3-aminopropylmethyldimethoxysilane (AMDES), functionalised with a primary amine. The effect was significant in the different papers tested which demonstrated the protection against the proliferation of filamentous fungi in vitro for papers treated with AMDES. The higher concentration of AMDES inside the paper proved to be the most effective. The highest efficiency was reached for AAAS uptakes around 6 . At this concentration the sporulation of the two strains was inhibited and the development of A. niger mycelia was highly reduced.
· Romich, Hannelore. "Laser Cleaning of Stained Glass Windows. Overview on an Interdisciplinary Project"Weinmann, Arno. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:151-154.
· Sabatini, Giuseppe. "Laser Cleaning Methodologies for Stone Facades and Monuments: Laboratory Analyses on Lithotypes of Siena Architecture"Giamello, Marco & Pini, Roberto & Siano, Salvatore & Salimbeni, Renzo. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:9-19.
· Sansonetti, Antonio. "Nd:YAG Laser Effects on Inorganic Pigments"Realini, Marco. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:189-198.
· Schirripa Spagnolo, Giuseppe. "Fibre Optic Projected Fringes for Monitoring Marble Surface Status"Ambrosini, Dario & Paoletti, Domenica & Accardo, Giorgio. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:337-343.
· Scholten, J.H. "Controlled Laser Cleaning of Painted Artworks Using Accurate Beam Manipulation and On-Line LIBS-Detection"Teule, J.M & Zafiropulos, V & Heeren, R.M.A. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:215-220.
· Sebastian, Eduardo. "Swelling damage in clay-rich sandstones used in the church of San Mateo in Tarifa (Spain)"Cultrone, Giuseppe & Benavente, David & Linares Fernandez, Lucia & Elert, Kerstin & Rodriguez-Navarro, Carlos. Journal of Cultural Heritage,9/1,2008:66-76.
Abstract: This study shows that the sandstone used in the construction of the Church of San Mateo in Tarifa (Cadiz,Spain) is highly sensitive to processes of decay because of acombination of factors that are intrinsic and extrinsic to the material. The mineralogy, texture and porous system of the sandstone and the proximity of the church to the sea all play a part in these processes. X-ray diffraction reveals that there are interstratified chlorite/smectite clays among the minerals that make up the rock. These mixed layer clays have been shown to undergo hydric expansion. This phenomenon may be accompanied and augmented by the presence of NaCl which acts as an electrolyte in osmotic swelling processes. Two varieties of sandstone were used in the construction of the church, namely grey sandstone and brown sandstone. The latter is more porous and undergoes greater hydric expansion, showing a higher degree of deterioration. Ultrasound analysis has demonstrated that both varieties areanisotropic because they contain bedding planes and are affected by the preferred orientation of the phyllosilicates in the rock. The anisotropic nature of these stones was confirmed by capillary suction tests. The capillary front reaches a relatively low height which means that when water is absorbed, the anisotropic textural properties combined with the presence of chloriteتsmectite mixed layers in the sandstone result in mechanical (shear) stress between the first few centimetres of the wet stone and the dry area behind. The latter effect favours the development of flakes, so causing the decay of the ornamental stone and the churchfacade.
· Siano, Salvatore. "Determination of Damage Thresholds to Prevent Side Effects in Laser Cleaning of Pliocene Sandstoneof Siena"Fabiani, Francesca & Pini, Roberto & Salimbeni, Renzo & Giamello, Marco & Sabatini, Giuseppe. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:47-53.
· Sportun, Samantha. "An Investigation into Effect of Wavelenghtin the Laser Cleaning of Parchment"Cooper, Martin & Stewart, Ann & Vest, Marie & Larsen, Rene & V.Poulsen, Dorte. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:225-232.
· Sutcliffe, Howard. "An Initial Investigation into the Cleaning of New and Naturally Aged Cotton Textiles Using Laser Radiation"Cooper, Martin & Farnsworth, Janet. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:241-246.
· Tornari, Vivi. "Holographic Applications in Evaluation of Defect and Cleaning Procedures"Bonarou, Antonia & Zafiropulos, Vasilis & Fotakis, Costas & Doulgeridis, Michaelis. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:325-329.
· V.Golovlev, Valerie. "Laser Characterization and Cleaning of nineteenth Century Daguerreotypes"J.Gresalfi, Michael & C.Miller, John & Romer, Grant & Messier, Paul. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:139-144.
· Wagner, Barbara. "Magnesium distribution in paper subjected todeacidification investigated by means of Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectroscopy"Bulska, Ewa & Sobucki, Wladyslaw. Journal of Cultural Heritage,9/1,2008:60-65.
Abstract: Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (LA ICP MS) was used to investigate thedistribution of magnesium in paper subjected to selected deacidification mass processes. Paper samples have been taken from the early XX century books, which had been یpreviously deacidified with the use of either Book Saver or Bckeburg process. Both methods incorporate the use of magnesium compounds therefore the enrichment of the paperwith magnesium was expected as a consequence of the undertaken deacidification. The aim of our investigation with the use of LA ICP MS was to evaluate a possible variety in magnesium distribution over paper within إ-meter resolution,depending on the applied process.
· Wiedemann, Giinter. "Laser Cleaning Applied in the Restoration of a Medieval Wooden Panel Chamber at Pirna"Schulz, Markus & Hauptmann, Jan & Kusch, Hans-Giinter & Muller, Sabine & Panzner, Michael & Wust, Hendrik. Journal of Cultural Heritage,1/1,2000:247-258.