Doménech-Carbó, Antonio, Doménech-Carbó, María Teresa, Costa, Virginia
2009, XIV, 166 p.
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The first book to present the application of electrochemistry in preserving the cultural heritage
Covers the analysis of micro- and nanosamples from works of art and archaeological finds
Electrochemistry plays an important role in preserving our cultural heritage. For the first time this has been documented in the present volume. Coverage includes both electrochemical processes such as corrosion and electroanalytical techniques allowing to analyse micro- and nanosamples from works of art or archaeological finds. While this volume is primarily aimed at electrochemists and analytical chemists, it also contains relevant information for conservators, restorers, and archaeologists.
Application of Instrumental Methods in the Analysis of Historic, Artistic and Archaeological Objects.- Identification of Species by Electrochemical Methods.- Resolution of Multicomponent Systems and Speciation.- Quantitative Methods.- Electrochemical Basis of Corrosion of Cultural Objects.- Electrochemistry in Treatment and Conservation of Metal Artifacts.