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Nanotechnology applied in archaeometry: restoration and conservation
Author(s): Irina Dumitriu; Radu Claudiu Fierascu; Rodica Mariana Ion; Raluca Ioana Bunghez; Mihai Cosmin Corobea
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Paper Abstract

The preservation of the cultural heritage is important for all countries, as this is a reminder of what they were once, being the most important element of identity in these modern days. The different directions and ways in which these processes are realized depend on the particular stage of development of science and technology, welfare of society, and encountered dangers of this identity. Very important objects of cultural heritage are material objects and objects of art produced by all communities. The study of nanostructured materials is considered an emerging field for the next years. To advance the field of preservation of cultural heritage science and nanostructured materials there is a continuous interdisciplinary collaboration between material science specialists and preservationists. In this work we present a complex study on the synthesis and the application of nanomaterials for the restoration and conservation of different artifacts.

Paper Details

Date Published: 7 December 2010
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 7821, Advanced Topics in Optoelectronics, Microelectronics, and Nanotechnologies V, 78211I (7 December 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.882041
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Irina Dumitriu, ICECHIM (Romania)
Valahia Univ. of Targoviste (Romania)
Radu Claudiu Fierascu, ICECHIM (Romania)
Valahia Univ. of Targoviste (Romania)
Rodica Mariana Ion, ICECHIM (Romania)
Valahia Univ. of Targoviste (Romania)
Raluca Ioana Bunghez, ICECHIM (Romania)
Valahia Univ. of Targoviste (Romania)
Mihai Cosmin Corobea, ICECHIM (Romania)


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Advanced Topics in Optoelectronics, Microelectronics, and Nanotechnologies V

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