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Materials

Fields & Applications Materials

In the Clear

| Guus Verhaar

Ion chromatography can predict invisible deterioration of glass objects.

Fields & Applications Materials

From the Deep

| Ineke Joosten

Precious metals from the 17th century shipwreck yield their secrets to XRF and SEM.

Fields & Applications Materials

New Tools for Old Masters

| Katrien Keune

Conserving precious paintings for the art lovers of the future.

Fields & Applications Materials

Lacquer of Interest

| Jonas Veenhoven

Using GC-MS to investigate degradation of Asian Lacquer.

Fields & Applications Materials

Paint it Back

| Alina Astefanei

From colors to proteins: modern technologies and ambient MS for cultural heritage objects.

Fields & Applications Materials

Modern Art Meets Modern Analysis

| Klaas Jan van den Berg

Developing a toolbox to meet the unique conservation challenges of 20th century art.

Fields & Applications Materials

Life Modeling

| Joen Hermans

Recreating the chemistry of paint degradation in the lab.

Fields & Applications Materials

True Colors

| Maarten van Bommel

Speeding up the aging process to help reconstruct the colors of the past.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Amber Alert: The Iberian Imitation Game

| Matt Hallam

Amber was an important status symbol in prehistoric Iberia, but perhaps not a foolproof one

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

True Transparency

| Ryan De Vooght-Johnson

How confocal Raman microscopy helps dig into the details of glass corrosion.

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