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Agha-Aligol D, Oliaiy P. Micro-beam analysis: powerful tools in archaeometry, restoration and conservation of historical and cultural objects. knowl Cons Rest. 2017; 1 (2) :35-52
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1- Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute, Physics and Accelerators Research School, Van de Graaff Laboratory, Tehran, Iran. , daghaaligol@aeoi.org.ir
2- Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute, Physics and Accelerators Research School, Van de Graaff Laboratory,Tehran, Iran
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 In investigation of production technology and provenance studies of historical objects as well as to propose and develop strategies for restoring and conservation, it is necessary to get information about studied samples. This information is different according to the type and kind of materials of historical objects.
Today, identify and accurately determine the elemental composition and constituent material of given sample is one of this essential information that be able to measure using modern laboratory instruments
In this paper, was presented some results was obtained in past few years from different historical and cultural objects using micro ion beam analysis in Van de Graaff laboratory of Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute.
Investigation of Painted enameled potteries to determine the different pigments used in, determine the thickness and purity of the gold layer in gilded enameled potteries, determine the responsible elements to brightness of wall painting in a historical place, Investigate the causes of corrosion and degradation of an old manuscript, determine purity of Elymais bronze coins and determine the type of Iranian historical and ancient glasses are some studied objects that will be presented in this paper.
The results of these analysis will significantly help to investigate the production technology, to determine the authenticity of the samples and finally to use in restoration of these historical objects.
 
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: New materials and technologies
Received: 2017/06/29 | Accepted: 2017/09/3 | Published: 2017/09/23

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