Topographic Confocal Raman Imaging of Archaeological Samples
21 Nov 2014

In archeological research, various specimens such as paintings, mummies, antique objects or fabrics are regularly investigated. Those samples are often unique and require specialized treatment when analyzed. This application note introduces topographic confocal Raman Imaging as a flexible, noninvasive and non-destructive tool for the chemical and molecular characterization of archaeological specimens.

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