Special Issue "Analytical Methodologies Applied to the Study of Cultural Heritage Surface II"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 August 2022.
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Interests: aerosol particulate matter; atmospheric pollution; organic and elemental carbon; metals; degradation of cultural heritage; black crust formation
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The study of cultural heritage very often requires a multidisciplinary approach involving many scientific disciplines such as chemistry, physics, earth sciences, and conservation science. In this context, scientific methods are applied to study works of art to deepen knowledge of a material’s chemical and physical properties, as well as their processes of conservation and deterioration. For this Special Issue, papers dealing with these aspects are welcome. Topics can range from the study of both organic and inorganic materials (both the study of their properties and of the state of degradation induced by the environment) to the conservation of these through the use of new materials. Papers may focus on the development of new techniques, including sample preparation or the application of non-destructive instrumentation. Papers highlighting a multidisciplinary approach are also welcome.
Prof. Dr. Paola Fermo
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- analytical chemistry
- cultural heritage
- organic materials
- inorganic materials
- non-destructive methods