X-ray fluorescence for cultural heritage: scanning biochemical fingerprints in archaeological shipwrecks.
Reviewartikel, 2015

Yvonne Fors, Håkan Grudd, Anders Rindby and Lennart Bornmalm tell us about “X-ray fluorescence for cultural heritage: scanning biochemical fingerprints in archaeological shipwrecks”. Two outstanding examples of the preservation of wood are the warships Vasa, in Stockholm and the Mary Rose in Portsmouth and this article looks at the role XRF has played in the preservation of the wood of both ships.

archaeological wood

cultural heritage

spectroscopy

XRF

science for conservation

Författare

Yvonne Fors

Göteborgs universitet

Håkan Grudd

Lennart Bornmalm

Göteborgs universitet

Spectroscopy Europe

0966-0941 (ISSN)

Vol. 27 1 11-13

Ämneskategorier

Analytisk kemi