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Scientific Detection of Fakery in Art
Editor(s): Walter McCrone; Duane R. Chartier; Richard J. Weiss

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Volume Number: 3315
Date Published: 25 May 1998

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Microscopical examination of art and archeological objects
Author(s): Walter McCrone
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Accelerator radiocarbon dating of artistic artifacts
Author(s): D. J. Donahue; A. J.T. Jull
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Helium radiogenic clock for dating of archaeological gold
Author(s): Alexander J. Kossolapov; Alexander P. Ivanov; Pavel B. Kuznetsov
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Dendrochronological analyses of art objects
Author(s): Peter Klein
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Applications of x rays in art authentication: radiography, x-ray diffraction, and x-ray fluorescence
Author(s): Richard Newman
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Replicas in Caravaggio's paintings: the correct use of scientific analysis
Author(s): Maurizio Diana; Pietro Moioli; Claudio Seccaroni
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Arcos optical scanner in art, science, and industry
Author(s): Heinz Groesswang
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Contributions and limitations of scientific examination and analysis in the detection of forgeries of old masters' paintings
Author(s): Patrick Le Chanu
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Authentication: science and art at odds?
Author(s): Duane R. Chartier; Fred G. Notehelfer
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Structural analysis of paintings based on brush strokes
Author(s): Robert Sablatnig; Paul Kammerer; Ernestine Zolda
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Using Kodak DCS460IR digital camera in the museum
Author(s): Alexander J. Kossolapov; Alexander V. Sizov
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