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de Almeida Nieto, Luis (author)
The scientific analysis of historical paintings has been traditionally restricted to the analysis of paint cross-section samples. This invasive method provides extensive information but is inherently limited in scope due to the extreme heterogeneity of paintings. In the last decade, non-invasive spot analyses and spectral imaging methods have...
master thesis 2020
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Chen, Z. (author)
Titanium dioxide was developed in 19th century and widely used as an artist’s pigment since 20th century. Due to the photocatalsis of titanium dioxide, it can decompose the organics so that the organic dye and binders of painting could be destroyed, resulted in fading, chalking and loss of gloss. In order to figure out the potential dangers of...
master thesis 2013
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Zhang, X. (author)
TiO2 has been widely applied as white artistic pigment since 19th century. And the photo-catalytic effect of TiO2 makes it aggressive and causes degradation on painting surface. The damage of binder by TiO2, also known as chalking, has been suggested as the main cause of the painting surface degradation and studied a lot. However, the danger to...
master thesis 2013
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De Reus, L.A. (author)
This paper is the result of my graduation project for studio Maaike Roozenburg: ‘Design of an experience with responsive 3D audio augmented to replicas of seven porcelain cups and saucers.’ Museums offer a treasure chest of objects, stories, pictures and knowledge about our past and present. The rapid pace in which technology is changing allows...
master thesis 2013
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Leever, Sylvia (author)
master thesis 2005
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Taebi, B. (author)
master thesis 2005
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